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Wilbert Releases New Cremation Choices Catalog

Wilbert Releases New Cremation Choices Catalog

BROADVIEW, Ill. – Wilbert Funeral Services Inc. has released the Cremation Choices Volume 8 catalog, featuring over 300 cremation products including urns, mementos, jewelry and urn vaults.

Designed to make it easy for funeral professionals to help families with selections, Cremation Choices is organized by product type such as cultured marble, glass, wood, eco and metal. High-quality photos illustrate intricate details that make cremation urns or other products special and personal.

“Personalization is extremely important to many families today,” pointed out Michael Devaney, merchandising manager, Wilbert Funeral Services Inc. “Seeing examples of urns engraved with names, dates and phrases – or even on some of our products an engraving of their loved one’s photo – makes an incredible impact on families and helps them understand how uniquely personal these products can be.”

A tangible catalog that families can browse together at the funeral home is a powerful tool even in the face of online options. However, Cremation Choices Volume 8 is also available as a digital flipbook that can be embedded on a funeral home’s website.

“Embedding the Cremation Choices catalog on your website is a great way to get families thinking about what they would want before they even come in for the arrangements conference,” Devaney said. “The embed code is readily available on the Funeral Professional section on and it can be on a funeral home’s own website within minutes.”

Wilbert cremation products are also available on, an ecommerce website exclusively for funeral professionals.

To obtain copies of the Wilbert Cremation Choices Volume 8 catalog, and for any assistance in cremation products or services, contact your local Wilbert Licensee. Additional information can be found at

Posted Oct. 26, 2017


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