BY Susan Fraser - JULY, 15 2020
Why do we create whole buildings dedicated to people who died? Why do we recite speeches of people who lived hundreds of years ago? And how…
BY Susan Fraser - JULY, 08 2020
The beginning of a new year tends to be a time for planning. People line up their New Year’s resolutions and think about what they want to…
BY Susan Fraser - JULY, 01 2020
Every year, Americans gather on the fourth of July to celebrate a particular part of United States history. On this day in 1776, the…
BY Susan Fraser - MARCH, 19 2019
Opting for Green Cremation or the use of a Biodegradable Urn can help reduce your Carbon Footprint. These days, people think about their…
BY Susan Fraser - JANUARY, 08 2019
Cremation continues to grow in popularity as a way to handle the remains of a loved one . People like the simplicity and finality cremation…
BY Susan Fraser - OCTOBER, 10 2018
Feeling like the standard options for memorials are a little ho-hum? Worried that everything has already been done to death? It’s time to…
BY Susan Fraser - JUNE, 22 2018
Simon Fraser, 11th Lord Lovat, the “Old Fox” The year was 1746. Many Scottish families know it well. This year, and the Jacobite…
BY Demi Pina - APRIL, 26 2018
Designing the perfect ceremony for scattering ashes takes time and thought. Ashes can be scattered in all kinds of areas. From the top of a…
BY Demi Pina - APRIL, 06 2018
Each life is a story. We believe that every urn can and should be able to tell that story, using graphics, pictures and text. With our…
BY Susan Fraser - MARCH, 22 2018
The concept of 3D printing is so popular right now that it might almost be a buzz word. Want something that is not available in stores?…
BY Susan Fraser - FEBRUARY, 28 2018
Building something worthwhile calls for many different skills, which often reside inside different people. Our customers have ideas that…
BY Susan Fraser - JANUARY, 24 2018
Many people going through grief find themselves lost in the darkness, looking for a beacon to guide them back to the path of light.…