Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Do all families understand the difference between a grave liner and a lined, sealed burial vault?

A recent story on Connecting Directors explains that when a veteran is buried at no cost, the cemetery places the casket in a graveliner, or concrete box, in the ground. This box has holes in the bottom, which allows water inside before burial and drainage after.

See the story and video posted by Connecting Directors.

Trigard was proud to be included in the Connecting Directors article as a resource for tools to educate families about the difference between a lined, sealed burial vault and a concrete box.

Our upgraded Personal Touch 2.0® vault selection software helps explain the difference between lined and unlined outer burial containers. You can preview it on our website.

What are you doing in your communities to help families make informed decisions? 

Here are some ways you can help spread the word:
  • Visit our YouTube channel to see all of the videos available to educate families.
  • Talk to the families you serve (or the funeral homes and cemeteries you serve) about the Trigard video resources available.
  • Add a short comment to the story on Connecting Directors, sharing your opinion.

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