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Richard Baker
B: 1934-01-25
D: 2024-02-18
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Baker, Richard
Michael Sharik
B: 1953-01-25
D: 2024-02-15
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Sharik, Michael
Mary Whalen
B: 1954-12-28
D: 2024-02-15
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Whalen, Mary
Jon Romanauskas
B: 1952-12-26
D: 2024-02-13
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Romanauskas, Jon
Amalia McVay
B: 1981-04-24
D: 2024-02-09
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McVay, Amalia
Edward Dulka
B: 1949-08-17
D: 2024-02-01
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Dulka, Edward
Alexander Penchuk
B: 1948-04-26
D: 2024-01-31
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Penchuk, Alexander
Robert Collon
B: 1933-12-15
D: 2024-01-15
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Collon, Robert
Thomas Maxwell
B: 1928-04-20
D: 2024-01-09
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Maxwell, Thomas
Elizabeth Hughes-Picard
B: 1986-12-25
D: 2024-01-06
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Hughes-Picard, Elizabeth
Roberta Daniels
B: 1941-01-10
D: 2024-01-05
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Daniels, Roberta
Genevieve Chernecky
B: 1927-09-02
D: 2024-01-05
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Chernecky, Genevieve
Mildred Jones
B: 1943-02-10
D: 2024-01-05
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Jones, Mildred
Ralph Richardson
B: 1940-03-27
D: 2023-12-29
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Richardson, Ralph
Laura Veinot
B: 1969-08-11
D: 2023-12-27
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Veinot, Laura
Donald Andrews
B: 1941-04-28
D: 2023-12-23
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Andrews, Donald
Edward Stockman
B: 1933-07-25
D: 2023-12-18
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Stockman, Edward
Alfreda Garbien
B: 1925-12-28
D: 2023-12-11
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Garbien, Alfreda
David Freiler
B: 1958-10-05
D: 2023-12-05
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Freiler, David
Kathryn Meola
B: 1970-03-02
D: 2023-11-28
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Meola, Kathryn
Joan Kirby
B: 1930-11-08
D: 2023-11-26
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Kirby, Joan

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Alternative Cremation Options

The latest innovation in cremation is a process of alkaline hydrolysis, sometimes called resomation. The process was developed in the United States in the late 1990s. The Cremation Association of North America describes the process as "a water-based cissolution process for human remains that uses alkaline chemicals, heat, and sometimes agitation and-or pressure, to accelerate natural decomposition". 

Compared with traditional cremation, this process uses less energy and releases no carbon and no matter into the atmosphere. Not all regions have made the legislative changes required for funeral homes to offer this service to families and the equipment costs are more than a conventional retort. Both factors currently reduce the availability of resomation cremation services.


Sources:
Cremation Association of North America