After the cremation, we meet a family member to pick up the ashes. We will never ask for you to put a stamp on your loved one and mail the ashes.
We accompany the ashes to Alaska ourselves following all TSA laws and airline rules. We won't risk your loved one with someone else.
In Alaska, we acquire all permissions, pay all fees, and submit all applications to make sure the ash scattering service is held with dignity.
We mark the site of the ash scattering service only with a GPS signal as a way for you to always remember this distinguished tribute.
You'll receive a professional, framed canvas print (normally 40" x 30") of the ash scattering site. It's a worthy tribute that can be displayed for generations.
At Eternal Alaska, we help you keep the promise.
Your contribution to the journey is only $7,255.00. This is a lasting tribute
to a loved one who deserves a legacy in the spectacular landscape of Alaska.
Contact us now for a consultation by phone or video conference to reserve your Alaska ash scattering memorial. How far would you go to keep a promise?
(Does not include the cost of cremation.)
Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Mary Jordan interviewed us in March as part of an in-depth story on cremation and grieving. https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/covid-pandemic-cremation-burial-ashes-post-office-mail-usps/2021/03/02/3c646054-723c-11eb-93be-c10813e358a2_story.html
A news story on how time is changing the idea of the traditional funeral and how some families are forced to mail their loved ones.
A story about the unique Ash Scattering service in the beauty of Alaska.
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