Scattering Ashes with Meaning

Posted on August 29th, 2023 by kathy | Leave a comment
Posted under Ashes, Bio Cremation, Cremains, Cremation

At Foothill Funeral, we understand that saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. Therefore, as a compassionate partner in your journey of remembrance, we’re here to help you navigate the process of honoring your loved one’s final wishes. One beautiful way to commemorate their life is by scattering their ashes in a meaningful […]

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Funerary urn with ashes of dead and flowers at funeral. Burial urn decorated with flowers and flower cart in background at memorial service, sad and grieving last farewell to deceased person.


Posted on August 29th, 2022 by kathy | 1 Comment
Posted under Cremains, Cremation, Embalming, Funerals, Uncategorized

Cremation is an increasingly popular method of body disposal. A more affordable alternative to other forms of disposal, the process reduces the amount of space and environmental impact needed for burial. Cremation also allows families to honor their loved ones in a meaningful way. Eco-Friendly Option Per body, cremation produces between 200-500 pounds of carbon […]

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Posted on August 10th, 2022 by kathy | Leave a comment
Posted under Ashes, Cremains, Cremation, Death

The scientific name for Aquamation is alkaline hydrolysis. What is it? It is a safe, natural, gentler alternative to traditional cremation. Aquamation emulates the natural process which occurs when a caretaker buries a body in soil. In this process, the gentle movement of warm, alkaline water breaks down human tissue and bone quickly and simultaneously […]

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Coronavirus Funeral Industry

How COVID-19 has Changed the Funeral Industry

Posted on August 18th, 2020 by Foothill Funeral and Cremation | Leave a comment
Posted under Burial, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Cremains, Death, Funerals

To date, the United States confirms more than four million cases and 145,000 deaths directly attributed to COVID-19. In its wake, over the past five months, the Coronavirus and associated reactions, have impacted virtually every industry – including ours, the funeral industry. COVID-19 & Funeral Industry Services

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