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Every day, we hear stories about how people are struggling to find meaningful ceremonies to honor a loved one who has been cremated. Somehow they think that cremation means there can be no remembrance service, or commemorative event – and that’s simply not true.
A cremation ceremony or remembrance service simply sets aside time to celebrate the life, personality, and accomplishments of someone you loved, and it gives comfort and support to those left behind. It can take place prior to the cremation, or afterwards. It can also be part of a scattering ceremony.
Here are some popular places for memorial services:
The cremation ceremony you create should be full of experiences: sights, sounds, word, music; good food, and good friends. You could incorporate:
Is the Time Right for You to Plan a Cremation Ceremony?
Perhaps you aren’t yet ready to plan such an event. And that’s okay – in fact, choosing cremation has given you the time you may need to feel ready to take this on.
Yet, we encourage you to have some cremation ceremony gathering at some time – whether now or in the future – to commemorate your loved one’s life. When you’re ready, call us at 713-344-0764 to explore your cremation ceremony or remembrance service options.