Saturday, October 31, 2009

Memorial for Cremains

With the increasing popularity of cremation, a major concern for family historians has been the documentation of our ancestors. When a body is cremated, there are not many opportunities to create a memorial for the departed. Now, a new method of memorializing our ancestors, the individuals who have been cremated, is being introduced.

Read on, this is very cool.

This is courtesy of the Delta County Independent newspaper, and thanks to Leland Meitzler and for bringing this to my attention.

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