Often, when someone is cremated, their ashes are placed in an urn, a container made specifically for this purpose. Some urns are plain with a simple plate noting the person’s name, birthdate, and date of death, while others are more ornate, and some are custom designed specifically for the person. An urn can be crafted from many different type of natural and man-made materials. Many people think that the only thing you can do with an urn is place it on your mantle, but that isn’t the case. While some are certainly quite decorative and can be placed in the home, some people choose to use an urn to bury their loved ones in the cemetery. In these cases, the urn would be placed inside an urn vault.
We offer a large selection of urns in our facilities, most of which are on display. Our vast product line provides a wide range of prices, types, materials, and categories. However, if you do not see what you want in our showroom, we also have several catalogues with additional urn styles. Between our inventory and additional resources, you are sure to find exactly what you want.
If you do not select an urn, the cremated remains will be provided back to you in a temporary container. As a matter of policy we are unable to fill urns purchased from a third party.