When asked why the crematory regained its license, Ingram would only say that “the state did not prove its case.”
Now that the crematory has regained its license, it will have “settlement discussions” with the state, according to Ingram.
He refused to elaborate on the extent of that possible settlement.
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The decision, he said, could be made at the next meeting of the Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors, which is set for Sept. 27 in Columbus.
Ingram said he was unsure when the Carlisle facility would begin cremations again.
At least one family whose loved one was at the crematory has said Premium Mortuary Services should permanently lose its license.
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