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June 19, 2018

Dad's solution is priceless! He has outlined his memorial service to include stories - the funnier the better, photos, food and multiple toasts all to be concluded with each person taking a small portion of his ashes home with them.

March 31, 2017

 No one wants to re-enact the scene above from "The Big Lebowski".  Here are some tips to help you avoid a memorable "for the wrong reasons"  experience with your loved ones remains.

  • First rule of scattering by hand; STAND UPWIND or you will be wearing you...

March 21, 2017

Occasionally we hear questions and comments such as, "You get paid to scatter someone else's ashes?  The family doesn't do it?"  And the answer is YES!  That is precisely the reason International Scattering Society came into existence.  Most families contact us months...

March 7, 2017

What a beautiful morning Joan and I had driving to Tara. It was one of those still, crisp, frosty and sunny Winter days. It is about 23 miles from home. The Hill Of Tara is not very high at maybe 3-400 feet, but is quite prominent in the rich, flat farmland of Meath. I...

February 22, 2017

Just over 10 years ago, we talked with a gentleman who wished to return his mother to Ireland, to locations where they had traveled together and created cherished memories.  When he spoke of Ireland and the places they had seen; driving the Ring of Kerry, the Cliffs of...

February 14, 2017

Ash Scattering, the ultimate final act of love.  One can rightly guess that this must be the very definition of love; to carry out the final wishes of someone dear to them.  Love between siblings, parents, partners and children or love between the dearest life long fri...

February 8, 2017

Ash scattering conjures many varied images, from families gathered in a park to scattering gardens at local cemetery to the edge of cliffs where winds whip at all directions.  How ash scattering takes place is as conservative or outrageous as the individual being scatt...

February 5, 2017

Talking about end of life matters.

Most people don't like to talk about the end of their life, it can be sobering, depressing and maybe a little scary. However, discussing final arrangements and talking about wishes for a final resting place are as important as setting...

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