Need to Memorialize even if Cremated
Cremation has been classified as an economical and acceptable form of final disposition. However, one major misconception about cremation is that the survivors usually don’t see the need for a monument because they are going to "scatter" the cremains.
Against the Wind
Many people have regretted scattering the ashes of their loved ones and not memorializing them properly. Consider a memorial in a permanent and accessible place where survivors and descendents can visit and remember a loved one. Many families feel that it is vitally important to have a permanent place where they can reflect and remember their loved one, especially on special occasions including birthdays and holidays.
With the Wind and More
If you still wish to be scattered, it is suggested that half be scattered at a location and the other half be buried in a family plot or interred in a cremation memorial, cremation bench or columbarium.
You do not want to deny your loved one the privilege of being honored and remembered for generations to come.