Veteran Urns and Military Themed Cremation Vessels are a Last Tribute to our Heroes
There are truly no words one could say to pay gratitude to the selfless individuals for the sacrifice they, and their families, made and continue to make for the rights that we all enjoy every day. Regardless of the politics at play, a soldier and/or veteran should always be respected for their service to our nation, as without them, there would be no politicians to either support or complain about, no rights to appreciate or take for granted, and no free country for all of us to make a living in. It should go without saying then, that when one of these individuals loses their lives, whether in combat or not, their final remembrance should be one that is nothing less than dignified.
Military and Veteran urns are a collection of funerary vessels that are intended to honor the life of a true American hero. These beautiful cremation urns feature a vast array of patriotic designs, and are made of many different materials. The designs range from a highly detailed bronze sculpture featuring a three dimensional Marine insignia, to a beautifully assembled urn and memory chest, in which small keepsakes can be stored in a separate compartment from the cremation ashes. One of our most popular designs is a flag case, which will contain a standard sized burial flag, that sits on an urn pedestal, in which a family can place the ashes of their loved one. This particular design creates an elegant, and discreet memorial tribute that will gracefully honor the memory of any veteran or soldier. There are also pieces in this section to honor public officials, such as policemen and firemen, as well as anyone who was patriotic in spirit.
As Judd Gregg, former governor and senator of New Hampshire, once said, "The veterans of our military services have put their lives on the line to protect the freedoms that we enjoy. They have dedicated their lives to their country and deserve to be recognized for their commitment." There are several different designs offered in this section to ensure that the final remembrance created for any member of the military, whether active or not, is as distinctive as it is respectful.
"They say a picture is worth a thousand words and I could not agree more. The marker that I ordered for my brother speaks volumes to all who look at it. You feel as if you knew my brother when you see the images in bronze. It tells a story about my brother and what kind of man he was. Thank you so much." William O'Donnell