Losing a Pet

Jason Baker
6 WAYS TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH YOUR PET LOSS JOURNEY The loss of a pet is a major life event. After the death of a pet, many owners experience what...

Losing a Pet

Jason Baker
6 WAYS TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH YOUR PET LOSS JOURNEY The loss of a pet is a major life event. After the death of a pet, many owners experience what...
Cremation, What You Need to Know

Cremation, What You Need to Know

Jason Baker
CREMATION DOES NOT EXCLUDE the need to recognize an individual and a life lived; or the need for dignified and respectful treatment of a body including, when desired or necessary, embalming, cosmetic restoration, clothing, and other related care; or the need for a private or public gathering, either with or without ceremony or ritual; or the need to select and arrange for meaningful final placement of a body following cremation; or the need to permanently and appropriately memorialize the life and the individual.
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Ways to Travel with Cremated Remains.

Jason Baker
Travelers are allowed to travel with cremains in a checked bag, however it is recommended to do so in a carry-on bag to help protect the contents from the risks associated with checked baggage. 
How to Scatter Ashes

How to Scatter Ashes

Jason Baker

This is probably what comes to mind when thinking about scattering ashes.

It’s performed either by hand or with a scattering urn.

Gail Rubin has an informative video on the best method for casting ashes.

Cremation options for loved ones.

Cremation options for loved ones.

Jason Baker
Permanent memorialization not only provides a lasting tribute to a loved one, but also a place to visit and gather together, an assurance that the ...