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Continued: Want to be a tree after you die? How about a diamond?

  • Article by: BRIAN GAAR , Austin American-Statesman
  • Last update: October 25, 2013 - 8:43 PM

Ultimately, Posey said, it doesn’t matter what route families take — as long as it helps pay tribute to loved ones.

“It matters if it’s going to make the family feel better and deal with grief and move forward,” he said. “And that’s what we do.”

 

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