They will be buried in graves and burial vaults at Tennessee-Georgia Memorial Park in Rossville, said David Ashburn, a Walker County official.
``We'll do a memorial service after the bodies are buried and the area is cleaned up and looks nice,'' Ashburn said.
The burials will mark an end to the identification process of the 334 bodies found at the crematory in February 2002. The cemetery's owners are providing the burials for free, and they've said the land will be built up to ensure water runs off properly.
``You can have all the ceremonies in the world, and it does not change the fact you don't know what happened to someone you loved,'' said Charlotte Boatwright of Chattanooga, whose husband and mother both were supposed to be cremated at Tri-State. Her husband's body was never identified.
``I can't believe with all they can do in this day and time that more than 100 cannot be identified.'