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When considering cremation please review these FACTS
Cremation is an
All genetic and historical DNA is lost forever by the cremation process.
After burial, disinterment is costly; emotionally and financially.
Even after death, DNA has relevance for generations.

At the time of death or as part of pre-planning  it is important to consider leaving family DNA for your heirs. Many diseases can be traced back to genetics making DNA a priceless gift to the generations that follow.

“DNA allows heirs the opportunity to track, diagnose and prevent everything from simple skin disorders to terminal cancer. The more familial DNA that is preserved, the more doctors have to work with in genetic medicine. A family’s genetic legacy is valuable in this era of genetics.

The death of a loved one has traditionally meant the loss of family history. Memories fade and so does important information such as genealogical heritage and medical history. Questions of “where do we come from” and “what diseases did we inherit in our genes” will be asked many generations from now. DNA provides important and relevant information of a family’s genealogical and medical history.

DNA Memorial provides a family the last opportunity to collect the treasure of their deceased loved ones DNA; information for generations to come. Through funeral homes we collect your loved one’s DNA and our proprietary process that allows for room temperature storage indefinitely.

By offering a variety of banking from home or our facility along with custom jewelry and portraits, your loved one’s DNA is safe for future testing. Your loved ones DNA treasure is secure for generations with DNA Memorial.



handheartMaking funeral arrangements for a deceased loved one is emotional and decisions are even more difficult when coupled with grief. Death is final; and some of the decisions made during funeral arrangements have long term impact. If your loved one has not collected their own DNA sample prior to death, the decision importance factor is elevated prior to final disposition. Many people are choosing cremation for final disposition for many reasons from cost to convenience. Understanding that the cremation process is irreversible and all genealogical and medical DNA are destroyed by the cremation process is extremely important facts of information. Cremated remains contain no DNA. Equally, once a person is buried, disinterment is very expensive costing thousands of dollars.

Because of our funeral industry experience, we know how important this information is prior to final disposition. We also understand that funeral consumers are barraged with keepsakes and other “memorial trinkets” that frankly are not tasteful and don’t provide real value. Our core product/service is DNA Home Banking and our most economical product. Home Banking is also provided with every purchase of custom jewelry, Secure Home Banking and Portraits by renowned artist Cassidy Alexander.

Our DNA Memorial funeral home providers are professionals and trained to retrieve a sample from a buccal swab or the hair of a deceased person. Depending on your location and product order, your loved ones DNA sample will be returned in a matter of a few weeks. We also provide expedited services for necessary cases.

DNA Memorial provides a surviving family to collect their deceased loved one’s DNA for banking and storage of their choice. We do not test the DNA for genealogical or medical purposes; we simply provide a sample with long term banking for future testing. Our secure facility banking and customer security process prevents any agency, whether governmental or insurance based to access to your loved one’s DNA. Or, we send the DNA sample directly to you.


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