Biological Human Composting

There are numerous ways in which the deceased's body might be disposed of. Among these include cremation, the more common practice of burial, water cremation, and others. Many individuals frequentl...
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Monday, September 26, 2022

Celebration of Life Services

Losing a loved one is always extremely difficult to endure at full weight. Sometimes, we prevent ourselves from entering the reality of what has transpired, and instead, we blame everything and eve...
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Monday, September 19, 2022

Water Cremation and the Processes Involved

In recent years, a number of states have passed legislation that makes it lawful to use the method of body disposition known as water cremation. The employment of a cremation process that involves ...
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Monday, September 12, 2022

Why Are Graves Dug 6 Feet Deep?

It may be extremely challenging to cope with the death of a loved one; however, funeral homes in Aurora, CO can serve as a comforting shoulder to depend on during these hard moments.  There a...
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Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Common Cremation Terms

Cremation is gaining popularity not only as a method of body disposal but also on online platforms and ranks on Google. Thus, it's essential to take note of the standard cremation terms to understa...
By Feldman Memorial
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Monday, August 22, 2022

The Types of Burial

Traditional burial customs are said to date back to prehistoric times. Humans have devised a variety of rituals to commemorate the dead and ensure that their legacy lives on, one of which is burial...
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Monday, August 15, 2022

The Concept of Fire Cremation

Compared to more conventional burial practices, cremation has been more widely accepted as a viable choice for disposing of human remains in recent years. During cremation, the human skeleton under...
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Monday, August 8, 2022

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Burial Explained With Types

There are many different terms for and historical practices surrounding the process of burying a body. When someone dies, burial is the preferred disposal method so that the corpse is not left out ...

Biological Human Composting: The Latest Alternative

Donations, cremation, and burial have long been the only legal option to dispose of a dead body. But human composting is slowly becoming a new option in Washington and Colorado. Human composting us...

Intimate Ways to Celebrate the Life of Your Loved One

Life celebration events are held to honor the life of a loved one. They focus on positive aspects of the deceased's life in most cases. The celebration of life is often less formal and structured t...

Water Cremation: The Environmentally Friendly Service

As the world becomes more aware of the environmental impact of traditional burial and cremation practices, alternative methods of disposition are becoming more popular. One such option is water cre...

Are Virtual Funerals the New Way to Honor a Loved One?

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed how we live and interact with the world. The efforts to slow the spread of the virus have forced many people to remain at home and avoid travel. That h...

Water Cremation or Fire Cremation?

Traditional flame cremation is replaced with water cremation, also called aquamation or alkaline hydrolysis. Cremation services in Highlands Ranch, CO are ready to enlighten you on the process.&nbs...

Types of Burials

Religious and societal views influence how elaborate a burial should be. For example, traditions may affect whether the dead are buried above or below ground.  Human remains are disposed of b...