Family expected to receive cremated remains of their loved one. Instead, they got concrete mix.

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Date: February 16th, 2018

Category: Nutty News

Sunset Mesa Funeral DirectorsColorado regulators have suspended the license of a Montrose funeral home that also hosts a connected business selling human body parts after state officials investigated an incident in which the funeral home was supposed to return cremated remains to a family but, instead of ashes, gave the family cement.

The suspension order for Sunset Mesa Funeral Directors says the funeral home and crematory didn’t keep required cremation records for at least five years and also didn’t keep records documenting the final disposition of human remains for at least seven years.

In that time, the funeral home has been hit with nine complaints, according to state officials.  More



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