BioDegradable Urns Video

BioDegradable Urns Video

This video’s topic is Biodegradable Cremation Urns. It is part of the video funeral series “Ask the Director”. A rough transcript of the audio portion of this video is below. You may also turn on the captioning in the video by pressing the cc. Please...
Fort Rosecrans, Forever in Memoriam

Fort Rosecrans, Forever in Memoriam

On May 6th 2014 Cyndie Taylor placed the cremated remains of her grandmother Mary Lazar into the last columbarium (UnionTribune Article) at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery here in San Diego, California. Mary’s first husband, Stalinslav Rossa was enlisted as a flight...
Alkaline Hydrolysis – The New Cremation

Alkaline Hydrolysis – The New Cremation

Alkaline Hydrolysis – A New Option When we die the decision of what we would like done with our body has always come down to a choice between traditional burial and cremation, our personal feelings about God (religion) Earth (burial) and Fire (cremation) have...
San Diego Cremation – Increasing in Demand

San Diego Cremation – Increasing in Demand

San Diego Cremation and Eternal Consecration Death is part of life and difficult decisions do not end with a death certificate, one of those important decisions is choosing how to eternally lie to rest a deceased loved ones body- usually a choice between casket burial...
Cremation Funeral Urn

Cremation Funeral Urn

A funeral urn is a decorative vase that commonly features a heavy footed pedestal and often a narrowing neck shape. The use of an urn to hold and display cremated remains dates back to at least 7000 BC.  Funeral Urns have and can be made from a variety of pottery...