Burial Of Cremated Remains

Honorable and traditional.

Burial of cremated remains refers to the interment of the ashes of a person who has been cremated. This may take place in a cemetery, memorial park, or other designated area for the interment of cremated remains.

The ashes can be buried in a traditional grave site, placed in a columbarium niche, or scattered in a designated scattering garden. Some families may choose to bury the ashes in a location that is meaningful to the deceased, such as their hometown or a place that holds special significance to them.

The burial of cremated remains can include a memorial service, or it may be a private, family-only affair. The choice of interment options will depend on the preferences of the family and the deceased, and may also be influenced by cultural and religious beliefs. A funeral home can assist with arranging the burial of cremated remains, including securing the necessary permits, arranging for the opening and closing of the grave site, and providing support for the family throughout the process.