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"My Mother passed after more than a month in the hospital and several surgeries to try to save her life.
By the time the dust settled, my sister found that the majority of my Mother's estate was gone on bills.
It is a sad fact of life and death that burial costs are so high that families often find themselves having to pinch pennies at a time when cost is the last thing they want to have to consider.
My father had died some years before and had requested cremation and my Mother followed his example, so my siblings and I decided to inter them together.
We didn't have a lot of experience with the burial process, so researched it on the internet.
Contacting local services let me know that if we purchased through the usual sources that we wouldn't be able to hold the internment on the date that we wished because we would have needed to finance the costs or wait until we could save enough money.
The pricing on-line, was better than purchasing locally, was still high. I saw many beautiful urns and had determined on a companion urn for their ashes.
I began researching different on-line companies for both availability and cost of the urn that I had chosen.
As anyone can tell you, purchasing on-line can be risky if you don't carefully research the companies that you want to deal with.
I found Memorials.com after much research and they had the exact companion urn that I wanted and at a price substantially less than anyone else that I had researched.
I called them to confirm that they had the urn in stock, at the price listed, and I paid for three day delivery.
Everything was perfect!!! The urn arrived exactly on time and as represented.
There were no hidden costs or problems. I would recommend this company to anyone."
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