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Monday, September 15, 2008
The Business of Dying
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For decades, most Americans have approached the funeral in the most traditional of ways: a cemetery burial plot, a vault, metal or ornate wood casket, an embalmed body and a formal funeral service.

But with the aging of the Baby Boom generation, an environmentally sensitive group that has always taken its own path, that is all changing. More people are opting for cremation — by 2025, 51 percent of Americans will choose cremation, up from 31 percent in 2005, according to the National Funeral Directors Association — but the trend goes beyond that.

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