here for letter of authorization
For Sending Ashes with United
States Postal Service
Funeral Home, Mortuary, or Crematory can assist
you in shipping ashes if you feel uncomfortable
doing it yourself. You can also call us, and we
can walk you through the process step by step.
the USPS Guidelines.
print out this Authorization
fill it out.
ship the ashes with the following guidelines:
completely filled out Authorization
an envelope, enclose your check or money order,
or cashiers check payable to "Clearwater
Flight Services" for the amount of $300.00
for an unattended scattering. For an attended
scattering the price is an additional $100
per person, limit two people.
a copy of your PayPal receipt if using this
the cremains in a
sift proof container,
containers will not be returned. The
original plastic bag provided by the crematory
is sufficient for a sift proof container.
the sift proof container in a padded shipping
box - your mortuary or funeral home can provide
you with one.
registered mail with return receipt service
for your protection - we cannot be held responsible
for the ashes while in transit.
relationship to the deceased
phone number where we can reach you
e-mail address if you have one
you haven't done so, print
out this Authorization
and fill it out.
2166 Drew Street, Unit D2
Clearwater, FL 33765
Please request "Registered
Mail" and "Return
Receipt" for your shipment - we cannot
be held responsible for ashes during transit.
Your loved one's ashes
will be scattered at sea usually within 2 weeks
of receipt. We will send you a Memorial Certificate
when we have dispersed the ashes.
Human Ashes may
only be shipped via the United States Postal Service
(USPS) - Neither Federal Express nor UPS allow
for the shipment of ashes at this time. A
private courier service may be used, although
this can be quite expensive.
USPS has the following regulations, which you
can find in USPS Publication 52:
ashes are permitted to be mailed provided
they are packaged as required in 463b (below).
identity of the contents should be marked
on the address side
pieces must be sent registered mail with return
Must be packed in sift proof containers or
other containers that are sealed in durable
sift proof outer containers. The original
plastic bag provided by the crematory is sufficient
for a sift proof container.