We provide Aerial Ash Dispersals throughout
The Pacific Northwest for a
Our service area includes Northern California, Washington,
Idaho and Northern Nevada.
We can coordinate with loved ones on the ground, so they will be able to witness the
dispersal as it happens.
Each Dispersal Flight comes with a Certificate detailing and recording the flight.
Pictures and video of the flight and dispersal
are also available.
Area that encompasses NW Oregon
Area that encompasses Central Oregon & SW Washington
Area that encompasses Northern and Central Washington, Eastern Oregon and Southern Oregon
Area that encompasses NE Washington, Idaho and Northern California
We will take a photographer along on the flight to take pictures of the flight and the dispersal. The pictures will then be put together into a slideshow for viewing.
We will set up cameras on board the plane and take a Photographer along on the flight. Video and pictures will then be taken during the flight and the dispersal. The video and pictures will be edited together for a short video of the flight and a slideshow of the pictures.
An example of the video you can request with each dispersal.
Please feel free to download this form for an Aerial Ash Dispersal.
Are passengers allowed to go along on the dispersal flight?
We're sorry, but we do not have room for passengers to come along on dispersal flights. We currently have a 4 seat airplane and take a crew of three with us including Pilot, Co-Pilot and Photographer. During the actual Dispersal, there is quite a bit of moving objects and people around the cockpit, so we quickly become short on room.
Can I mail my loved one's cremains to you?
Yes. We can receive the delivery of your loved one's cremated remains by sending them to our address.
The USPS has also created an informational flyer, called
that can assist you.
Do I have to go through a Funeral Home or Director to arrange a dispersal?
No. While we do receive requests from Funeral Homes and Directors to perform dispersals, you may contact us directly to arrange a dispersal.
Can you disperse more than person's cremains during a flight?
Yes we can. Please contact us to discuss options and what the suggested donation would be.
Can I keep a portion of my loved one's cremains?
Yes. We have had other families which have kept a portion of their loved one's cremains to have memorialized in a keepsake.
If you would like assistance in knowing what options are available for a keepsake, please contact us and we can make a recommendation.
Is it possible to view the dispersal from the ground?
Yes. We can coordinate a time and place with you for you and your family to be able to watch the dispersal from the ground. We will then fly over at the designated time and location to perform the dispersal.
We will also try to be in communication with you by text message (if possible) to keep you updated on our location and when we are actually starting the dispersal.