Recovering from a Loss

Frequent Funeral Home Questions Every Funeral Planner Wants To Know

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If you are ever left with planning a funeral after the passing of a loved one, it can be an overwhelming situation to be in for sure. Not only are you left to deal with your own grief with the loss, but will be facing a lot of decisions you may not be up to making at the time. Even though most people do not consider it, it is always best to ensure that you never leave your loved ones in this kind of situation when your time comes.…

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3 Things To Know About Cremation

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Death is, unfortunately, a part of life and it must be faced one day by every living being.  You may want to plan ahead for any of your funeral arrangements, and this will require you to know the method of burial ahead of time. Many people opt to be cremated these days because of the lower costs that accompany cremation. It’s important to know certain things about the cremation process if you choose this method.…

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How To Find A Proper Memorial Marker For Your Loved One

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Historically, various ways of marking someone’s burial place were used. From sticks to large, carved stones, it’s been important to people to memorialize their deceased loved ones with a physical marker. When it’s time to select an appropriate memorial grave marker for your friend or family member, here are some tips to get you started in that process. Choice of Materials Wood was long used to mark a grave site, but with advances in stone quarry techniques, materials such as granite and marble have become the most popular.…

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