Blog-posts — Funeral Etiquette

What is the purpose of Pet Urn

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No doubt pets make a great companion. They become an essential part of your family because of their unconditional love. Perhaps, losing a pet is an unbearable loss. When you lose a pet, you don’t know how to overcome that feeling, but the best way is to celebrate their life. You can conduct a memorial service of ashes or remains in an urn. You can easily discover cremation urns for your pets. The urns are available in many colors, sizes and shapes. You can choose one that offers enough space to keep the ashes of beloved pet, making him alive...

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Pet Urns- Aspects to Consider when Picking a pet urn

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If you are a pet lover, then it is quite obvious that you know how it feels to lose a pet. Right? It is the most heartbreaking experience, just like losing a loved one. Regardless the type of pet you have, you can still cherish its memories forever by securing its remains in the pet urn. Pets urns offer a unique yet personal connection with your beloved pet after its passing. Only an animal lover could tell you how it feels to lose a pet. People see their pets as a member of their family, so when a pet dies,...

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The process of cremation in Neptune Memorial Reef

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In American’s funeral industry, The Neptune Memorial Reef is a set of two different trends: Environment-friendly burials and statistic of cremation in America. Located a few miles from the Key Biscayne in Miami, FL, the Neptune Society is one of the biggest man-made marine reefs on the planet. Among this reef is a funeral landmark built with submerged statuary and pathways, where the ashes or remains of several individuals rest finally. For those who are looking for environment friendly way to cremate, this is the best option. The Process The burial process at the Neptune Memorial is quite different. In...

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Neptune Memorial Reef- Underwater Final resting place for your loved ones

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With so many ways to cremate your loved ones, one of the most amazing ways is under water Neptune Memorial Reef. Located about 3.25 miles in the cost of Key Biscayne in Florida, you will discover Neptune Memorial Reef that is an underwater world created by Neptune Society. It is basically a cemetery for the final rest when you bid adieu to the world one day.  This underwater graveyard is also an artificial reef system that will keep on flourishing and also a habitat for marine wildlife. It covers a vast area of 600,000 sq. Feet along with a depth...

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Why you should choose Neptune Society for Cremation?

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Neptune society has gained recognition for a long time. Where some people prefer burial and some cremation, the debate about the most preferred method is still going on. However, cremation with Neptune society has become the preferred choice of many people as it comes with ample benefits. From immediate needs, veterans benefits to memorial reef services and keepsake catalog, you will get everything under one roof. So, let’s find out the reason to choose Neptune society for cremation. Long History Neptune Society was started in 1973 with a mission to provide dignified and reasonable cremation solution for families. Their services...

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