Cremation

Scatter-Brained – all about cremation and what’s left

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestThis article was first printed in the Fall, 2005 FCA Newsletter FCA has an article called “Common Funeral Myths” that separates funeral fact from fiction. From the queries we’ve been getting lately, it might be time to come out with a tract on Common Cremation Myths. Read more

How to Inspect a Crematory for above-board operation

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestIn England, almost all crematories are on the grounds of a cemetery, with an attached chapel for services. Consequently, the British are much more open and knowledgeable about cremation. That tradition has followed to this country, most noticeably in Massachusetts, New York, and Texas.In some states, however, crematories were established in an industrial area, perhaps by a vault company that never deals with the public. Read more

Cremation Explained, Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestWHAT IS CREMATION?
Cremation is the process of reducing the body to ashes and bone fragments through the use of intense heat. The process usually takes from two to four hours. The cremated remains are then pulverized to break up larger bone fragments to a granular texture. Read more