Final Disposition

The ways we say goodbye.

After the service is over, there is the important matter of final disposition. Here again, the choices for honor and remembrance are many.

Traditional burial can take place in-ground or above ground, in a mausoleum. This provides the family with a place to visit, a place of peace and recollection.

With cremation, the choices are even more interesting. You might preserve cremated remains in a beautiful ceramic urn, or a carved box made of precious wood. Remains can be scattered in a place of special meaning, or at sea. They can be preserved in charms and pendants, becoming precious family heirlooms and keepsakes. We can even arrange for them to be lifted into space, made part of a living ocean reef, or converted into a gem.

Please ask. We make the choices easy.