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Floral Options for Remembering a Loved One

When a loved one passes away, it can be overwhelming to think about all of the details involved in planning a memorial service. One important aspect to consider is the type of flowers you would like to use to honor your loved one. While it may not be at the forefront of your mind during such a difficult time, ...Read More

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Three Factors To Consider When Weighing Cremation Vs. Burial

When a loved one passes away, deciding whether to choose direct cremation or direct burial is a difficult decision that requires careful consideration. It’s important to understand the pros and cons of each option and make an informed decision beforehand to minimize stress and anxiety for your family. Here are some key factors to consider when making your decision. ...Read More

  • Donate Body to science

The Ins and Outs of Donating Your Body to Science

When considering what to do with your body after death, donating it to science may seem like a daunting task. However, it can be a meaningful decision that can benefit society. It is important to understand the difference between donating your organs and your body to science. If you choose to donate your body, you cannot donate your organs, ...Read More

  • what to-do with ashes

The Three Most Creative Things People Have Done With A Loved One’s Ashes

Rather than place their loved one’s ashes in a cemetery or scatter them somewhere meaningful, some families have decided to incorporate them into memorials that honor the deceased’s unique personality and passions. Here are three of the most creative ways people have found to commemorate their loved ones: 1. Music lovers can have their ashes pressed into vinyl records. ...Read More

  • Green Burial

New Opportunities for a Greener Funeral and Burial

When a loved one passes away, the funeral is an important part of the grieving process. Deciding how to dispose of the body is one aspect that requires agreement from family members. While cremation and burial are the most common options, many individuals and their families are now seeking greener alternatives. For burial, natural burials are becoming more popular ...Read More

  • Veteran Funeral

Funerals Honoring Your Veteran Family Member

Honoring the service of a family member who has served in the military is a vital part of showing respect and gratitude for their sacrifice. The brave individuals who have dedicated their lives to serving our country deserve to be honored with the highest respect, and that includes a dignified funeral service. The United States government recognizes the importance ...Read More

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Memorials Beyond the Funeral Home: Death in an Age of Technology

The passing of a loved one is a difficult and emotional time for family and friends. While funeral homes have long been the traditional location for paying final respects and finding closure, technology is changing the way we remember and honor those who have passed away. With the prevalence of digital communication and virtual storage, it's easier than ever ...Read More

Managing The Costs of a Funeral

The rising cost of living has affected every aspect of life, including the cost of funeral services. Planning for the death of a loved one is already an emotional and stressful experience, and the added financial burden can make it even more challenging. However, there are ways to manage the cost of a funeral and still give your loved ...Read More

Coping With The Death Of A Loved One

Coping with the death of a loved one can be one of the most difficult experiences in life. It’s a time of grief, sadness, and uncertainty, and it’s not uncommon to feel overwhelmed and unsure of how to move forward. However, with the right support and resources, it’s possible to find ways to cope and heal. One of the ...Read More

Living Funerals Provide a Unique Way to Say Goodbye

The concept of a living funeral is a unique and growing trend that offers individuals a chance to celebrate their lives while they are still alive. This event allows people to experience their own funeral and receive the recognition and appreciation they deserve while they are still present. For those who are aware that their time on earth ...Read More