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Texas Funeral Director, John P. Brooks, Launches The First State-of-the Art Cremation Online Business

John P. Brooks, long-time funeral visionary, expands services to meet today’s needs.

DALLAS/EWORLDWIRE/Nov. 14, 2006 — As the loss of any loved one can send those left behind into a tail-spin of confusion and distress, not to mention the cost of funeral and cremation services, makes it possible for cremation arrangements to be online in the privacy of a home or office. Going beyond the traditional funeral service as the public knows it. Cremation-online now offers state-of-the-art live streaming video services in the North Texas chapel, an ideal solution for those unable to attend the ceremony personally for any reason – anywhere around the world.

Five online cremation packages allow families and friends to make the best selection without the distractions of pressure: limited hours to meet with a funeral director at a facility, travel time spent going back and forth or time spent checking in with others for their input. The Cremation-Online basic package offers cremation and includes a temporary urn. Enhanced offerings may be supplemented with the services of a funeral director and staff, a private chapel service and the removal of remains and transportation of remains to the crematory. Cremation-Online offers those seeking a wider variety of urn options, a more exclusive selection – from bronze cube urns, bronze chest urns or an ultra lavish-Fredericksburg Cherry hardwood urn.

The site also features a product page where a funeral DVD of the loved one’s memorial service or cremation jewelry may be ordered, along with an extensive and varied variety of urn and other facility options like seasonal flower arrangements and transportation.

“Throughout the 38 years our family has been helping families with cremation needs, families that have chosen cremation have expressed a need for a simple, yet dignified way for arranging a cremation service for their loved one,” says John P Brooks, funeral director and cremation specialist and founder of . “The need for a process that would allow chosen arrangements to be completed at a preferred pace in the comfort of their home is available now – a process that complements their very personal choices with integrity, honor and respect, whatever their choices are.”

John P. Brooks and family, along with his staff and web specialist Ron Mitchell designed the Web site, with careful consideration of those families that will be utilizing John P Brooks is available 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.

For further information about, visit or call national toll-free 1-888-EZCREMATION; Texas residents call 1-800-Cremation.

Casket Retailers tackle grave issues…

…North Dallas Funeral Home Director John P. Brooks has launched an Internet site that Webcasts funeral services and allows online arrangements for cremations of those who die in Texas. He also sells caskets direct to consumers.

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Dallas Business Journal – September 29, 2006

By Dave More
Staff Writer

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