Keepsake Urns and Jewelry

Create a small keepsake of the deceased's cremated remains.

Keepsakes Can Help Keep Your Memory Closer

Keepsake Urns

Many times, individuals who select cremation feel confined or obligated to secure the cremated remains into a single vessel in preparation for burial, inurnment, scattering, or to simply keep at home. In hopes to accommodate family’s wishes, our staff can assist with selecting appropriate “keepsake” urns. We can gently remove the small portion of cremated remains needed to fill the keepsake, and still allow for the remainder to be kept in a traditional-sized urn.

Our funeral home offers a vast selection of keepsake urns from: marble, cloisonné, brass, glass, ceramic, and wood. Keepsakes, like traditional urns, vary in size, shape and material. Additionally, many of our keepsakes mirror traditional-sized urns, affording the family the opportunity to separate the cremated remains into multiple vessels. After, family or friends may wish to distribute the keepsake(s) to whomever, yet keep them all in the same style and material.

In essence, the idea of the keepsake urn, provides the family, friends, or other special individuals the opportunity to hold and treasure a small portion of the deceased’s cremated remains (on a smaller, urn-scale).

Keepsake Urn Samples:

Keepsake Jewelry

For an elegant and enduring way to hold someone we dearly loved close, many individuals prefer our keepsake jewelry.   Designed to contain a small portion of cremated remains, keepsake jewelry exudes a stylish, yet heartfelt option available in both bracelets and necklaces.

We offer a distinct selection of gold and silver, as well as, custom name, date and sentiment engraving.  Unique shapes and sizes add a deep personal touch to the jewelry piece, too.

Our funeral directors want to assist you in personalizing a piece of keepsake jewelry for yourself, family member or friend.

At your convenience, whether before or after a service, be sure to inquire.

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