At Peace Memorials is an industry leader providing quality urns and memorial products in your time of need. Choosing a final resting place for a loved one or for yourself is a daunting task, as each person is special and one would like the final resting place to reflect your loved one’s unique personality, interests, careers, hobbies, spirit and passions. Our mission is to help you find the ideal memorial, which helps you and your loved ones find peace during this difficult time.
Founded in 2009 as At Peace Memorials, we have served over 10,000 customers to date, and are known for our quality memorial products, fast shipping, and unparalleled customer service. Our company was started by Adam Fried, to fill a need he discovered when searching for the proper resting place for a family member. Unable to find a large variety of options locally, he turned to the internet, only to find there was no “one-stop shop” for urns and memorials. Since then, we have curated an exceptional variety of urns for sale on our website, so that you may shop, unpressured, in the privacy of your own home.
The company expanded in 2018 and is now called At Peace Memorials. We offer over 5,000 products in all shapes, sizes, colors, and materials, including brass, marble, wood, alloy, glass, precious metals, eco-friendly biodegradable options, and more. We cover a wide range of categories, such as adult urns, keepsake/token urns, pet urns, cremation jewelry, scattering tubes, engraved plaques and benches, medallions/nameplates, register/sign-in books, funeral hand-outs, grave markers, among other items. We always endeavor to uphold what has always been the hallmark of our company – personalized and compassionate customer service.
At Peace Memorials is also committed to giving back to those in need, which is why we have a special charity program in which we donate a percentage of the sale of many of our items to a multitude of charities, including Blue Star Families, ASPCA, The Susan Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, and the Go Pink and Blue Infant Loss Foundation. In this way, we hope to continue to spread the good that our customers and their loved ones held dear during their lifetime.
- By Nicole in California: "I received my urn today and I would just like to reiterate how pleased I am with this selection and commend you on the simple beauty of the piece. Thank you, again for patience and assistance with me when dealing with this matter. You are a true professional.
- Lester in New Jersey: "thank u so much, the urn is so beautiful i love it. once again thank u. u will have my business for life, thank u for getting back to me right away."
- Dennis in Pennsylvania: "My praise to your firm for the rapid delivery (within 2 days), which was well packaged. Also for the high quality of both the urns and the engravings, they far exceeded my expectations."
What is cremation?
Cremation is the process of reducing human or pet remains to tiny particles, through exposure to intense heat or in some cases, liquid chemicals. The process takes around three hours, after which the remains are mechanically or chemically processed into a coarse, sand-like powder.
How do I know if I am truly getting back the remains of my loved one?
All states that offer cremation have strict guidelines in place to ensure mistakes are not made during the cremation process, and remains are not lost or mixed up. While the rules and guidelines may vary from state to state, if this is a concern to your family, be sure to ask your funeral home or cremation provider what steps they take to ensure the remains you receive are that of your loved one.
Is a casket required for cremation?
Most states require the body to be cremated in an approved container. This can vary from a sturdy cardboard container to a full wooden casket, but under the FTC “Funeral Rule”, the funeral home must make you ware of the different approved containers you can choose from. Each funeral home will have their own options based on state law. Usually the basic container is included in the price, but not always. You can often choose to purchase a wooden casket, rent a wood casket which holds the container, or simply use the basic cardboard container.