Urns/ Keepsakes
"Rich in history and rife with symbolism, the funeral ceremony helps us acknowledge the reality of death, gives
testimony to the life of the deceased, encourages the expression of grief in a way consistent with the culture's
values, provides support to mourners, allows for the embracing of faith and beliefs about life and death, and
offers continuity and hope for the living."         - Dr. Alan Wolfelt


The urn is an important feature in the cremation ceremony.  It typically complements the final placement of
your loved one's remains, whether buried in a cemetery, placed in a niche, displayed as a treasured
touchstone in the home or garden, or scattered in a special place.  There are many styles and materials to
choose from, in addition to many personalization options.  Some examples are displayed here.  For more
information, please contact our office at
(574) 842-2082.