TULSA, Okla. –
A South Carolina family wants answers from the United States Postal Service after the remains of their loved one have still not arrived from Tulsa.
On March 14, 2020 Mikayla’s Eckler grandmother Charlotte Dillon passed away while visiting Tulsa from South Carolina for a funeral.
She was cremated through Cremation Society of Oklahoma, but Eckler and her family had to go back home before the remains were ready.
“So, we ended up just taking the route of having her shipped out to us, and it ended up being a nightmare,” Eckler said.
Eckler said her grandmother’s remains were supposed to arrive on April 1, 2020 but a year later they still haven’t made it. She said they were given a tracking number by the U.S. Post Office, but it hasn’t been updated in nearly a year.