Tita Belen and her Sons & Daughter at the Last Glimpes of Tito Orlin last moment of time for partakers.
were going ahead to burial sites together with Toto margarita, Kedong, Tita Neptalie , and me at rolling hills memorial park , the last glimpes of Tito Orlin Dalipe
You know the saying “death and taxes….,” but tax time comes only once a year and death comes approximately ninety six times per minute. What will you do when your minute arrives? Enter Lasting Images, a feature documentary showing the lighter side of contemporary choices in human remains disposal, of which there are many: Traditional burial– still the first choice among Americans today, but Cremation is rapidly gaining. The growing alternative Green movement, put on the map by the popular HBO series six feet under (oh, and they got it all wrong!); and finally, human composting. You would have to have a sense of humor to make a machine that mulches a loved one.
agoodgoodbye.com Gail Rubin says howdy from the Plaza in Santa Fe! Just participated in a panel discussion of green burial and home (aka family-directed) funerals at Santa Fe Doorways. Gail talked about the amount of resources that go into the ground with traditional funerals, the Jewish tradition of tahara (washing and dressing the body), and how Jewish burial can provide a green burial in a conventional cemetery.
www.youngstownwarrenfunerals.com Lane Family Funeral Homes funeral director, Jarrod Kane, explains different reasons why some families may choose burial services and cremation services for their loved one. Lane Family Funeral Homes has been serving the Greater Youngstown and Warren Ohio area since 1855 including the communities of Howland, Austintown, Poland, Girard, Champion, Struthers, Niles, Campbell, Lowellville and Columbiana. For more info call (330) 967-0101.
Vikings put the Packers to there final rest, SWEEP THEM TWICE IN 2009
Excessive pollution from traditional burials use of unsafe chemicals is a global concern and a huge waste of our earths valuable resources. Impact from irrational funeral practices will have a lasting negative effect on the environment.
Miggie Elizabeth Fluellen’s casket is shown being carried by her pall bearers from the hearse to her final resting place at Westchster PA’s Bowling Green Cemetery where she rests permanently alongside two of her grandchildren by her daugher, Angie, and her daughter, Carlesa, who preceded her in death. Pall bearers included Andre Fluellen, Charles Fluellen, Jr. of a host of cousins.
Funeral for an officer who was killed in the line of duty