Why more people elect to use cremation

Why More People Elect To Use Cremation

Posted on February 20th, 2017
Posted by Martin Oaks under Cremation, Resources
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If you or your loved one are looking to have a traditional funeral service, you have to think about spending around $7,000 to $10,000. This amount will include the funeral, burial at the cemetery, and the tombstone. While traditional burial is still the most utilized option, cremation is becoming increasingly popular. People like this cost-effective […]

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Cremations Are A Popular and Affordable Solution

Posted on February 7th, 2017
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It’s never easy to decide what to do with a loved one’s remains. While a full burial and casket is more traditional, more and more Americans are looking to cremation to provide a low-cost solution. When it comes to choosing affordable cremation, you want an experienced burial company that can give your loved ones the […]

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All About Urns

Posted on October 17th, 2016
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Cremation dates back to the Stone Age, as do cremation urns. The urn, of course, being the decorative vessel which contains the cremains. Granted, the Stone Age pottery, which served as urns, is very primitive: today, our selection is more varied and custom oriented than it has ever been. The urn pictured above is called […]

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About Our Historic Cemetery

Posted on September 9th, 2016
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                      Cemeteries have a way of provoking diverse reactions. Because of the nature of their association with death, it is natural that some people would feel intimidated or uneasy about the whole notion of “graveyards.” Others see them as historical repositories that offer a glimpse […]

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Cremation In History: China

Posted on April 20th, 2016
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Have you heard about the Dallas Chinese Community Center’s Asian American Culture Festival this Saturday, April 23? Both Plano and Richardson, Texas have significant ethnic Chinese communities, and we are grateful for and proud of their presence in our community. If you have time this weekend, feel free to visitDFW’s China Town in Richardson for the […]

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