When cremation is chosen, many believe that memorialization is not necessary. Why is that? Many would say that since there’s no grave, there’s no need for a grave marker.
There are many ways in which you can combine the choice of cremation with memorialization. More and more monument designers are challenged to design functional, unique grave markers and headstones to individuals who have been cremated—a monument not necessarily set in a cemetery. Whether it is a granite bench at a golf course, a sculpture in a park or a rustic boulder by a river or a lake, unique cremation memorials can fulfill your desire to remember.