The SeaCase Urn is:
Biodegradable Because It Is Made Of Natural Materials
Creative Because It Is Designed To Float On The Water In Demonstration
Memorable Because Of The Uniqueness Of This Last Ceremony
Engineered To Minimize Scattering Misfortunes And To Provide For Ease Of Use In Your Ceremony.
Unique Because They Are Hand Made In The USA, Custom For Each Order, Not Pressed In A Machine
Very Personal Because It Can Be Used As A Base To Your Own Expression Through Personal Applications, Paint, Flowers, Photos, Flags And So Forth
Long Lasting Because It Creates A Memorial With A Small Brass Plaque When It Sinks To it's Resting Place.
Our products offer a flexible means to perform a custom final ash scattering ceremony over the water with a unique containment urn shaped like a typical yacht tender.
Those quiet moments lost in reflection. Memories and times not to be forgotten.
Many families are considering cremation and then a ceremony on the ocean or lake. This can be a very beautiful memory. The SeaCase Urn is designed to enhance your ash scattering service. It is also designed with materials that are bio-degradable. At the same time, there is an element of permanence in it's ability to create a long lasting memorial. It is truly a unique scattering urn product in a market place where there is so much to choose from. If you are considering a scattering service on the water, we hope you will take some time to get to know our simple product. SeaCase Urns are American made, hand crafted ash scattering urns designed specifically to create a unique memory of a final important closure moment in your life and those around you.
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"Farewell" by John Doan
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SeaCase™ Urns, Inc.
12027 117th Street