The invitation to be included in this prestigious museum dedicated to funeral history is a true testament to the adoption of both, cremation and The Living Urn, our unique bio urn and planting system.
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. (PRWEB) October 02, 2018
The Living Urn, America’s leading bio urn and planting system designed to grow a memory tree from an urn containing cremated remains, is excited to announce that it has been selected to be included in the new History of Cremation exhibit at the National Museum of Funeral History in Houston, Texas.
Mark Brewer, President of Biolife, LLC, owner of The Living Urn commented, “We're honored to have The Living Urn showcased in the new History of Cremation exhibit that just opened at the National Museum of Funeral History. We launched The Living Urn back in 2015 with the goal of it becoming a leading uplifting memorial option for families who choose cremation and want to give back. In just a few short years, tens of thousands of Living Urns and memorial trees have been planted. The invitation to be included in this prestigious museum dedicated to funeral history is a true testament to the adoption of both, cremation and The Living Urn, our unique bio urn and planting system.”
Brewer continues, “Cremation dates back further than recorded history and also has a long history in the United States. In the last 20 years it has rapidly gained in popularity and today there are more cremations than traditional burials in the United States. Along with this surge in cremation, many people today are taking a fresh look at how they want to be memorialized after they pass. With The Living Urn, we’re catering to this movement and providing an uplifting option and everything a person needs to have a tree grown with their cremated remains. We are excited to be included with other important innovations in the history of funerals.”
In addition to The Living Urn, additional products from Biolife on display in the History of Cremation exhibit includes a biodegradable scattering urn (Eco Scattering), an eco-friendly burial urn (Eco Burial), and a soon to be released urn that disperses ashes in a body of water (Eco Water).
The National Museum of Funeral History was founded in 1992 and is located at 415 Barren Springs Road in Houston, Texas.
About Biolife, LLC
Biolife, LLC, based in Colorado, is committed to developing and marketing unique market leading cremation urns catering to families looking for eco-friendly and meaningful afterlife options. Its growing product offering includes The Living Urn®, the leading bio urn and planting system in the U.S. designed to grow a tree with cremated remains, The Living Urn Indoors, Eco Scattering, a unique bamboo scattering urn, and Eco Burial, a unique bamboo burial urn or traditional decorative urn. The company is developing additional eco-friendly urn products that it expects to launch in the next few months.