Where Will Your Ashes Rest In Peace?
Make it simple for the people you love.
Funeral industry statistics tell us that at least one in five homes in America has a container on a shelf, in a basement or attic, maybe on a mantle with cremated ashes in it.
Family members are often at a loss as to what to do with ashes and some of them even end up in a landfill or a dumpster. Probably not what you had in mind for your cremated remains.
Don’t end up as an afterthought on the closet shelf of a friend or relative. Record your wishes, the details of your messy life and your end of life wishes at willandaway.com.
Make it simple for the people who love you. It is easy and affordable and now available in bulk pricing for groups and employees.
Or, maybe you’re the one with ashes to scatter for a loved one. Do your research regarding your city, county and state regulations. Or make arrangements with your local cemetery for scattering or entombment. In some instances you will need documentation to get a permit and authorization. Thinking of scattering ashes at sea? You can contact the Neptune Society or get a permit on your own but check out the EPA regulations online.
None of us get out of here alive but you can have it your way. Hope for the best but prepare for the worst.