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Sea Burial with Creative Traditions

Prince Charters allows guest to celebrate their loved one in many creative ways. Once during a sea burial charter, a family brought a basket with shells and small pieces of drift wood.  Prior to the ash scattering charter the family had etched a drawing or message into each piece of drift wood. The family tossed in their special messages of love into the sea. It gave each person a special moment to reflect and connect with their mom, sister, wife, cousin, friend…. The family choose to throw in their pieces of drift wood after the traditional sea burial ceremony. It was

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Prince Charters Ash Scattering

Ash Scatterings By Reverend Prince

Reverend Gilbert Prince, founder of Prince Charters, along with other clergy an Governor Regan were instrumental in changing 1927 laws that prohibited survivors from recovering the ashes of cremated relatives from morticians for personal disposition

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basket with shells and driftwood for funeral service

Sea Burial with Creative Traditions

Prince Charters allows guest to celebrate their loved one in many creative ways. Once during a sea burial charter, a family brought a basket with shells and small pieces of drift wood.  Prior to the ash scattering charter the family had etched a drawing or message into each piece of drift wood. The family tossed in their special messages of love into the sea. It gave each person a special moment to reflect and connect with their mom, sister, wife, cousin, friend…. The family choose to throw in their pieces of drift wood after the traditional sea burial ceremony. It was

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Prince Charters Ash Scattering

Ash Scatterings By Reverend Prince

Reverend Gilbert Prince, founder of Prince Charters, along with other clergy an Governor Regan were instrumental in changing 1927 laws that prohibited survivors from recovering the ashes of cremated relatives from morticians for personal disposition

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