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Many Mourners Scatter Their Loved One’s Remains in Unique Places

by | Nov 27, 2018 | In the News

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Many mourners want to scatter their loved one’s ashes in unique and meaningful places, but there are rules that they need to follow. For example, if you want to scatter ashes in the ocean, you need to be at least three nautical miles from the shore.

To read the full article by Beth Teitell in the Boston Globe, click here.


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