Neptune Society empathizes with those communities affected by Hurricane Sandy, and donates $4,000 to the American Red Cross to aide affected communities.
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Neptune Society Sherman Oaks has provided scatter at sea services for 40 years and is celebrating their success in bringing peace to families.
Many have chosen cremation as a part of their end-of-life plans for hundreds of years, but one group has viewed the practice as an affront to their beliefs.
In a story reported in the Charlotte Observer, it has become clear that the Mexico City’s cemeteries are filled to their maximum capacities.
Cremation urns used to be simple, vase-like containers meant to adorn a bookshelf or a spot on the mantle. Now you can have them 3-D printed.
The small town of Owingsville, Kentucky is preparing to say goodbye to the last surviving veteran of the Second World War, and his funeral will be legendary.
The Internet as we know it was in its infancy when Roscoe Cassidy of Bath County, Kentucky was 84 years old. Now it is bringing a community together.
Cremation is much greener than a traditional burial. Find out more ways to make a green cremation even more environmentally friendly with Neptune Society.
New photographs show packed cemeteries in urban centers around the world. Cremation may be the key to solving the problem of cemetery overcrowding.
Caitlin Doughty is a mortician on a mission. She encourages people to take action and speak about what they want for their final plans, including cremation.