April 23, 2004, Newsletter Issue #64: All about cremation choices

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Disposing (what a cruel word) of the ashes is a personal choice. Many containers of ash are buried in a cemetery or laid to rest in a mausoleum. If an earth burial, an outer burial container may be required. Please check us out at A Team Masters, we have all your needs, and at the best prices. If ashes are maintained in a residence special arrangements must be made for when the holder passes away. Often times the ashes will be scattered in a special place.



Size also matters in cremation. 20% of adults are now obese as are 17% of those over age 70. The average weight of an elderly man is 185 and the woman is 165. If overly large, perhaps some special circumstances will be needed if cremation is the choice.

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