Sunday, October 26, 2008

Understanding The Process Of Cremation

By Chad Wiley

Cremation is an increasingly popular option in funeral planning today, but few people understand the actual process of cremation and what it entails. If you are considering cremation for yourself or a loved one, you undoubtedly want to learn about the process. It may seem morbid to research this information; it is, however, only a part of a simple and dignified process. But whom do you ask? Fortunately, there are caring cremation providers willing to explain the process in detail.

All you need to do is find the right site for you area online, a site that handles a full range of cremation services, and they explain the process of cremation in detail. Cremation websites are full of information that can save you lots of time and money, and they are extremely easy to use. Once a death has occurred, a death certificate must be issued before cremation can take place.

If desired, the deceased can be cremated in special clothing, such as a wedding gown or military dress. At the crematory, the deceased is placed in a combustible alternative container. This one container will house the body during refrigeration and cremation. The combustible alternative container is placed into the cremation chamber. After cremation, the body is further processed by pulverization. The ashes are then placed in a container of the familys choosing. If the ashes are to be spread, then a temporary container could be used. If the ashes are to be kept by the family in memoriam, they may be placed in an urn or even in keepsake jewelry. A combination of the two choices may be used some of the ashes may be spread at a favorite location of the deceased, while the rest of the ashes are kept in a special urn or memorial item.

For individuals or families wishing to honor their loved ones, cremation is a way to do so with simplicity and dignity. Cremation allows for flexibility in services and a wider range of memorial options. Although funeral planning is something people often dread, cremation is an increasingly popular option to consider. The amounts of cremations are increasing in the United States. We dont know if it is due to the change to be more environmentally friendly, or if it is due to the fact that cremation is so much cheaper than a traditional funeral service. But, we do know one thing and that is that cremation has become the leading alternative to a traditional funeral service.

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1 comment:

Mike Testa said...

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