Parliament Issue 19 • Cremation Counterpoints

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Parliament Issue 19 • Cremation Counterpoints

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Issue 19 is our 28-page Cremation Counterpoints issue. This issue takes a look at some aspects of cremation that you might not have considered before. We’ve brought in 6 contributing voices with their own insights and opinions, and are sharing one of our favorite Case Analysis articles to date.

In this issue of Parliament, you’ll find these articles:

• Letter From the Publisher
• 3 Good—Really Good—Cremation Practices
• Some Good Things About Identification (and a Few Not-So-Good, too)
• Case Study | A Wrongful Cremation—and the Funeral Home Wins
• Viewpoints | Good and Not-So-Good Things About Cremation
• About Parliament

Thank you to our contributors in this issue:

  • Julie A. Burn, CCrE, CSE | Cremation Specialist • J. A. Burn & Associates, Inc.
  • Larry Stuart, Jr. | President • Crematory Manufacturing & Service, Inc.
  • Alisa Perkins | Dean of Students, Chemistry, Microbiology, Pathology Instructor | Mid-America College of Funeral Service
  • Christine Hunsaker | Managing Member • Hunsaker Partners, LLC
  • Corey L. Gardner | Apprentice • A. D. Porter & Sons
  • Gary Freytag | President and CEO • Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum
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