April 2012
Mortuary Management;Apr2012, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p25
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The article reports on the new burial rules announced by the U.S. Veterans Affairs Department for deceased veterans. The policy, which implements the Corea Shea Act passed by the Congress in 2010, will allow parents of some deceased veterans eligible for interment in national veterans' cemeteries. The Act is part of a comprehensive veterans benefits bill which allows parents to be buried alongside service member who had no surviving spouse or children at tile time of death.


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