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Pearl Harbor Survivor Honoured

People that give their lives for their country should be remembered for their service. Those that were killed in action or the line of duty are brave and deserve to be honoured. Pearl Harbor Survivor Honoured At Scattering Ashes Ceremony On May 27, a group of people gathered together to remember Alec Boatman, who was […]

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A New Memorial Stone in Glenelg

In Glenelg, Australia, a new memorial has been placed for those that have scattered ashes at sea. This unique memorial has been received well by the families in the community. The Solution To Memorial Benches One of the reasons that the memorial was erected was to solve the growing problem of not having enough spaces […]

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Festival of Holi

Depending on the culture, there are different practices that people use to honour their lost loved ones. In India, Hindus will cremate their loved ones and scatter ashes at a ceremony. For the Hindus, they do not fear death, because it is the only way to reach moksha which is the highest goal to achieve. […]

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Scattering Ashes to Sea in Australia

On March 6, 2015, Chief Petty Officer William Gerad Ryan, had his ashes laid to rest. He lost his battle with cancer in July of 2013. His ashes were scattered at sea in Australia. Chief Petty Officer William Gerad Ryan Ryan as the son of Armidale’s youngest mayor, William Patrick Ryan. He was a part […]

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Remembering Vets in Jacksonville

On December 5, 2014, the USS Carney (DDG64) sailed out to honour members of the US armed forces. They scattered the ashes of Vets out to sea. Who Was Honoured in The Scattering Ashes Ceremony? There were many individuals that were honoured in the ceremony. Here is a list of those that we remembered. Lt. […]

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Scattering Ashes at Sea of the Unclaimed

When you lose a loved one, it can be a devastating time. You can’t imagine not doing something to remember them. What happens to those that die, but have no friends or relatives to take care of their burial? In Washington state, this has been a problem for people in Pierce County. Back in December, […]

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