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                       View of the scattering location from Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Pt. Loma, California



Scattering cremated remains has been a well thought-out decision made by thousands of people in the past few
years. Families are looking at an
economical, “green” disposition (scattering) for their loved ones.
San Diego's beauty, charm, its long history and relationship with the military are some of the many reasons
families have chosen this area for final disposition.

What we offer:
Economical Scattering
Because we do not allow families or friends (a need for liability insurance) to be aboard our boat when scattering,
we are able to keep our costs reasonable.  Unless a family has made arrangements with us to set a date and
time of scattering, we go out at our discretion, once or twice a month, weather permitting.

Where we scatter:
State Requirements
We scatter in the Pacific Ocean, at least 1/2 mile from shore. We are within the view of the historical Del
Coronado Hotel on Coronado Island and the entrance to San Diego Bay, called Pt. Loma.  Pt. Loma is the home
of Cabrillo National Monument (Light House), as well as the very beautiful Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery.

Who we are:
Care and Dignity
California Funeral Alternatives, Inc. has been entrusted to scatter hundreds of cremated remains off the coast of
San Diego since 1997.  The Skipper of the  “Ebb Tide", Richard Jungas, funeral director, has served families with
care for over 40 years. He owns and operates California Funeral Alternatives, Inc. in two locations, Escondido
and Poway in San Diego County.  (See our website:
californiafuneralalternatives.com)

Please contact us at:

California Funeral Alternatives, Inc.           
“Ebb Tide”
1020 E. Pennsylvania Avenue
Escondido, CA  92025
Ph:  
760-737-2890     Fax:  760-737-2892   
E-mail:  office@cafuneralt.com
License  #FD1624,  #CRD926
We provide scattering services in San Diego for families from all over America
San Diego Scattering at Sea
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If you would like to see our scattering
information and contract, see links: