August 30, 2006
Cheap caskets & expensive urns
Basic Cardboard Containers - only $49.95
A fitting epitaph: I told you I was sick!
One winner of the 2006 Industrial Design Excellence Awards: COCOON, the environmentally friendly casket
Re-post: Biodegradable Wicker coffins
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I tried to get a cheap casket for my mother-in-law,
and she refused to try out the sizes!
Posted by: None at Aug 31, 2006 5:16:55 PM
Can your cardboard casket be used in a cemetery or is it only for cremation? If so, where can I get a cheap casket? Thanks, Ron Bremer
Posted by: ron bremer at Sep 7, 2006 11:35:08 AM
I wasn't able to find the answer to Ron Bremers question, so I'll ask it now. Can your cardboard casket be used in a cemetery for burial, or is it for cremation only? If so, what is the cost of the least expencive one?
Robert Ross firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by: Robert Ross at Aug 3, 2008 7:44:34 PM
I would hope we have more dignity than a cheap casket, but, then again, the economy drove people like me to resort to cardboard caskets for my loving family
Posted by: Ricky at Oct 3, 2008 2:34:45 PM
Does it really matter in the end? I mean, given a few months in the ground, nothing, not even a seal, vault, etc., is going to keep out things that are supposidly not able to enter. Why not go earth friendly and not have the ground littered with decaying metals, plastics, etc. Where is the logic in that? I have found a site where I (38 yoa)can get a pretty descent earth friendly casket. Planning ahead people, planning ahead. We are all going to die, might as well pick out something I like..: )
Posted by: Tracey at Jul 2, 2009 5:48:20 PM
Please supply a phone number.
Posted by: jack at Jan 14, 2010 7:59:10 AM
I'm not exactly going to die well i hope not yet, but i do firmly believe in preperation. really interested in getting a cardbord cofin in preperation of my death how can i get and plan one
Posted by: Donna berg at Feb 1, 2010 2:39:43 AM