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Creative Cremains: Free Factsheet!

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Cremains are the ashes left over after a body is cremated – the cremation remains.
Urns, scattering, and mausoleums are common methods of storing or interring cremains.
Creative Cremains factsheet details inspirational and quirky ideas, modern technologies,
and unique options for cremains available today.

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ABOUT KEL

Before I became the “Lively Death Lady”, I had 25 years’ experience supporting and educating people about the challenging, emotion-filled topics of birth and sex – for a multinational corporation and a non-profit organization, and as an academic and independent.  So yeah, I’m really a life-cycle educator, completing the circle now as a death and dying educator.

I keep up-to-date on trends, innovative processes, and environmentally-friendly options. I really dig attending and presenting at conferences, reading journals, and asking questions of those smarter than me – including enlightening interviews with over 100 professionals about death and dying.

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TESTIMONIALS

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“We are never really just “gone”, we leave a legacy for others, figurative and literal–and it is our responsibility to leave as much information for those that care for us as possible. How comforting to you and your loved ones would it be that they would have signed documents available that specified what was to happen to your body, belongings, and a ceremony of life service?

Clearly Depart’s “Death Changing Experience” provided me with the tools I needed to make informed decisions about how others can handle life after my death.  It reinforced the importance of having the proper documents in place for peace of mind.”

Jen M.
“Now I know the real importance of leaving behind a clear set of directions on how and where to find things, and how that can be a very real GIFT to my survivors.  I was relieved to find that there is an existing framework in place that will let me communicate my wishes clearly about how and how quickly I want to die when it comes to that.  

While people need to be prepared to get out of it what they put into it, The Death Changing Experience was a very useful experience for me. It was a non-threatening way to start thinking about the issues around dying and having conversations with loved ones.”

Katie T.

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