Every day our staff is reminded that each life is a story worth telling. That in our relationships, our hobbies, our work and our play we create a narrative that follows us through our life. Here are a few examples of amazing lives becoming incredible memorials.
Catch a Wave
Sometimes catching a wave is the only way to shake off a long week of work. That was certainly the case for this customer, who wanted a vintage Woody, complete with the surfboard on top, to express a love for the California beach culture.
Felipe spent much of his career working on the Space Shuttle program. At 94, Felipe and his family designed and created an urn in the shape of the Shuttle Columbia.
Steve and his beloved wife Edith loved to travel and they loved to read. When Edith passed away, Steve honored her memory with this incredible urn in the shape of an open book showing their last trip to Paris together.
Life is a Highway
Ray and Cheri are alive and well. These self-described retired gearheads live a quiet life in Northern Minnesota. They planned ahead and created two urns in the shape of their favorite classic cars.