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Funeral home accused of taking too long to cremate bodies
A Modesto funeral home is accused of taking too long to cremate bodies after taking money from family members who have lost a loved one.
Funeral home has bicycle hearse for 1 last ride
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon funeral home in Eugene offers natural burials where the ride to the person's final resting place is on the back of a three-wheeled bicycle.
Oregon funeral home offers tricycle hearse
The Sunset Hills Cemetery and Funeral Home in Eugene, Ore. offers natural burials where the ride to the final resting place is on the back of a tricycle.
WWII horse soldier honored as hero at military funeral
A horse-drawn carriage accompanied by a riderless horse carried Corporal George W. Radney to his final resting place at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Coldspring on Wednesday, May 15. Radney was one of the l
Funeral arrangements set for Westland firefighter who died in strip mall blaze
Funeral arrangements have been set for Wayne-Westland firefighter Brian Alfred Woehlke of Dearborn, who died while fighting a blaze at a strip mall Wednesday morning in Westland.
ICCFA Show Draws Attention to Cemetery Vases
Theft of cemetery vases was a topic of great discussion at the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association yearly convention. Granger Plastics, the manufacturer of ForeverSafe products, exhibited at ICCFA show in Tampa, FL April 10-13. This was the company's debut at the show, touted as one of the largest in the industry. Granger released ForeverSafe Products, which includes a line ...