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    Cremation in Kirksville


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    Business Listing   Davis-Playle-Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home - Kirksville, MO - Phone: (660) 665-3744


    Business Listing   Davis-Playle-Hudson-Rimer Park Vipl & Park VW MMRL GRD - Kirksville, MO - Phone: (660) 665-2233


    Business Listing   FOHN Funeral Home - Kirksville, MO - Phone: (660) 665-2100


    Business Listing   Highland Park Cemetary - Kirksville, MO - Phone: (660) 665-9571


    Business Listing   Noe Brian C Funeral Director - Kirksville, MO - Phone: (660) 665-1300


    Business Listing   Playle- VERN Funeral Director - Kirksville, MO - Phone: (660) 665-6462


    Business Listing   Travis NOE Funeral Home - Kirksville, MO - Phone: (660) 665-3223


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    Helpful Definition for: Cremation


    Cremation in Kirksville is the process of reducing dead bodies to basic chemical compounds in the form of gases and bone fragments. This is accomplished through burning- high temperatures, vaporization and oxidation. Cremation may serve as a funeral or post funeral rite that is an alternative to the interment of an intact body in a casket. Cremated remains, which are not a health risk, may be buried or immured in memorial sites or cemeteries, or they may be legally retained by relatives or dispersed in a variety of ways and locations. Cremation is usually done in a crematorium, but some also prefer different methods like open-air cremation.

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