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Courier Post OnlineHuman ashes in concrete become marine habitats

When Albert William Marlin Jr. died of an epileptic seizure 21 years ago, his family had an understanding that his ashes someday would be buried with his father, who passed away six years earlier, and his mother when she died.

This changed about 10 months ago when the former Cherry Hill family learned about Eternal Reefs Inc. The Atlanta-based company will place Albert’s ashes in a concrete artificial reef ball and sink it off the coast of New Jersey on Sept. 20. a href=”/documents/ReefNews_CourierPost.doc” target=”_blank”>Read More