Egress Cremains Scattering Services
Egress is a respectful alternative to a traditional burial. Aerial scattering of cremated remains offers an elegant and ecological way of returning a loved one to the natural elements.
Egress means “the act of going, especially from an enclosed place.”
We can provide a personalized scattering over the place of your choosing, accompanied by almost any kind of ceremony you may want. The scattering location can be symbolic to your loved one and some ceremonies are even pre-planned to make the experience exactly what you or your loved one may want. There is no more unique and symbolic way to say goodbye than with an Egress Aerial Scattering.
From Our Customers:
– Daughter of Chicago guitar legend, Roland Faulkner
Thank you for a dignified, wonderful and beautiful way to say goodbye to my dad. You guys are Angels! When we look back, what we’ll remember most are those times when kindness made a difference in our lives.
– Daughter of an ex-Navy pilot
The flight itself was beautiful (and very smooth) and your warm personalities put us at ease. We felt the scattering was something to be celebrated and felt a satisfying sense of completeness. My dad would have enjoyed that morning!
– Family of a Woman Who Loved the Indiana Dunes
Everything went so smoothly from start to finish. We know this is what she’d want – especially the nice touch of pink rose petals, her favorite.
– Ride-Along Client
We flew over Meigs Field, turned north to make one pass over the Planetarium, then made a tear-drop turn to the south for our final pass. Dennis timed our flight to the second. The mourners released yellow balloons at the same time I released Adam’s ashes. I have helped leave behind a legacy of a human being. I have laid to rest an era.
– Young Muslim Wife and Mother
As you know, our son was having a hard time with losing his father. When you arranged to have him let the first handful go, I think it helped enormously. It was something real that he could do. He seems more at peace about it, perhaps because of having helped send his dad on a lovely trip. Thank you so much.
– Wife of a North Shore Businessman
I want to thank you for the caring way you handled the ashes of my husband. Your phone calls and letter was much appreciated. God bless.
– Riverside Family
Thank you for including our dog Chumley’s ashes along with my husband’s. They were best friends in life, and it means a lot to know they are together again in spirit