DEATHS

Dil's Funeral Services Help With Decisions on Ashes & Memorials

Wednesday 24 April 2019, 9:57PM
By Beckie Wright
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When considering how to contain the ashes of a loved one, there are many options. There are urns that are sold in most funeral homes and there is jewellery that contains a small amount of ashes within the piece. Also, there are urns that are more artistic and unique, that can offer some trait that is reminiscent of the loved one, be it color, style, or theme. As is true with any online search, a more specific will lead you closer to your desired container.

There are so many options for today's consumer, so it is important that are aware of all the possibilities before making this important decision. Finding the perfect way to memorialise your loved one takes time. It's not an impulse decision, and customer service is paramount to Dil’s.

They have a wide range of urns to choose from, which come in a variety of styles, materials, finishes and sizes. What is right for you is simply a matter of personal preference or what you plan to do with the ashes.

Similarly, creating a lasting memorial to a loved one is important to most people: it can serve as a tribute to their life and provide a focus for the thoughts and memories of family and friends. As ‘normal’ life resumes following your loss, it can be comforting to have a special place to visit that is dedicated to the person you have lost.

The type of memorial available to you will depend on several factors, including whether it is for burial or cremation, the cemetery in which the memorial is to be installed, the type of material desired, granite or bronze and the desirabiity of being able to add to the memorial at a later stage. Memorials can be whatever you want them to be, and new technology allows you to create a unique design that best reflects your loved one’s life. This can be with graphics, pictures or even colour photographs.

Renovation work and additional inscriptions can also be arranged, so to find out more about funeral directorseco friendly casketsprepaid funerals and eco friendly funerals please go to http://www.dils.co.nz .