We send a collection kit to retrieve your loved one’s ashes.
You send your loved one’s ashes to our lab.
We solidify the ashes into "stones."
We ship your loved one’s solidified remains home.
Love my stones
It means a lot to me to have something tangible of my husband to keep with me. The stones I received are beautiful - I keep one of them with me always.
I had not heard of “Parting Stone” until I was at the mortuary after my husband’s death. My husband wanted to be cremated and while we were sitting in a waiting room my daughter and granddaughter noticed the information on “Parting Stone.” We read the information that was available and decided to use your services. We are planning to have a time together in which we go to the beach to toss some of the stones into the pacific ocean as requested by my husband. I thought anyone one who wants to write a short message on the stone could do so. All leftover stones will be available for family members as wanted.
This group keep me notified on the processing of the stones .. they came out beautiful & I’m looking forward to the day I can share them with the out of state family ..
Parting Stones was the perfect choice for my family. My husband had friends and family all over the world. Parting Stones has allowed everyone to have a “piece” of him as they keep him in their hearts.
And he looks great! I painted a few to put on my altar. I call em my Poprocks. Crazy to see a six foot man shaped down to 14 pounds of stones but hey man, dust in the wind and all that. It's the best service I've used that I hope not to use again anytime soon LOL
Thank you for making these beautiful stones from my husband's ashes. It took me a few months after I received them to be able to open the box. They are beautiful. We are planning to take some stones with us as we travel to places that meant a lot to us through the years. Your team was wonderful in answering my questions through this process. A special thank you to Liz and Ileana Thank you.
I had never known that turning remains into beautiful stones was even an option until I read about it in an article from my Insurance Company. My husband passed away a year and a half ago and I have had his ashes in a box trying to figure out what to do with them. I think ashes are a bit creepy and “spreading” them somewhere just did not sit well with me. When I read about what Parting Stone does, I knew immediately that is what I wanted to do. I could have some stones with me and share some with close family and friends. Well, I could not be happier with not only the beautiful stones, but with the amazing customer service Parting Stone provided from the moment I submitted a request, until after I received the beautiful stones. Every question I had was answered in detail and with tremendous respect. I was blown away by the continual communication as to what “stage” of the process Craig’s ashes were in. They were even able to complete the process earlier than anticipated, allowing me to share some of his stones as Christmas gifts. Seeing the reaction of loved ones who received these beautiful stones was priceless as it is giving all of us a tangible, beautiful way to keep a small part of Craig with us always. Thank you to everyone at Parting Stone who made this “journey” so special. P.S. I shared how impressed I was with my Funeral Director, Tonya Dunmore at Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel. She had never heard of the process and was so impressed (especially after seeing the beautiful, finished stones) that she is now sending clients your way. Thank you again! Ellen VandeLune
I am so appreciative of the thoughtful process and care shown from the very beginning to the arrival of the stones. Making ashes into something tangible I can hold or carry with me makes my loved one’s presents even more clearer. It means the world to me❣️Thank you so much, Roxann from Ohio
I lost my son in December 2021. My husband noticed the stones when we were planning and asked if I wanted to do this as well. The stones came in a bag with his name beautifully written. I thought of putting the stones somewhere but I ended up keeping them in the bag. I keep it with me almost all the time. I hold them often. I find it very comforting.
I've had my mother’s ashes for over a decade. I kept them in my clothing closet. They didn't make me feel warm or sentimental. Getting these has been transformative.
It’s more sentimental to have an object than it is to have ashes. In the stone form, it’s an easier way to carry somebody with you without so much weight and stigma.