Why Choose Cremation? The Reasons are Myriad

These days, people are not surprised when loved ones say they want to be cremated when they die. Cremation is becoming more popular due to the options it opens up for families, lower cost and accommodations from religion and local organizations. In only a few years, most Americans will find it the perfect choice for…

Additive Manufacturing: Make Cremation Urns More Custom

Tradition is important to many people. Yet, progress also has the potential to change the world. When people come to In The Light Urns to purchase urns, keepsakes, cremation jewelry and funeral products, they may not expect the variety they receive. And, the company’s new adoption of additive manufacturing will expand customers’ ability to make…

Dec. 7 1941 “A Day That Will Live In Infamy”

Dec. 7 1941 "A Day That Will Live In Infamy"

This upcoming December 7th is a day to remember. People remember not only those whose lives were lost on that terrible day that Japan attacked United States territory in 1941. They also recognize December 7th as the day the world changed. After that moment in time, the U.S. would no longer refrain from getting involved…

What Are You Thankful For?

We at In the Light Urns are reflecting on our friends and family, those that are with us and those who have passed. While thanksgiving is a special time for all of us to be thankful for those in our lives, those who are gone, who hold a special place in our heart and minds…

Remembering Veteran’s Day

Reflect, Respect, and Remember Veteran’s Day The smoke had finally cleared. After four years of bloody battle, all was quiet on the Western front. The war that claimed the lives of 16 million people all over the world had come to an unofficial end. This day, marked initially as Armistice Day, became a United States…

How to Create a Cremation Ceremony

When there is a choice of cremation, how do people celebrate the life of their loved one? What type of funeral or memorial is appropriate? How do you plan a cremation ceremony? Thinking about putting a cremation ceremony together to celebrate and remember the life of someone you love is a final act of love…

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