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Celebrating a Deceased Loved One’s Wonderful Life

A couple of years ago, one of my dear friend’s mother lost her brave battle with cancer. Although my friend was sad, she was happy her mother wouldn’t have to suffer any longer. With the help of a local funeral home, my friend and her family planned a funeral service to celebrate the amazing life of their loved one. After discussing the order of service with the caring staff at the funeral home, my friend decided to read the beautiful eulogy her mother wrote at the funeral service. On this blog, I hope you will discover the most common types of tasks a funeral home provides to families of deceased loved ones. Enjoy!


Choosing A Cremation Urn For Mom: Four Ideas To Consider

19 December 2017
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Having your mom pass away can be a devastating experience at any age. Paying tribute to her life and the love she gave can be one way to help deal with the grief. For a mother who chose cremation, selecting a beautiful cremation urn can be part of that tribute. Here are just some of the options available to choose from. Wooden Urn Boxes Wooden urn boxes offer a unique take on the classic urn. Read More …

Three Unique Elements That You’ll Encounter At A Military Funeral

13 December 2017
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If you've grown up in a military family, you may have attended several military funerals as a child and young adult. However, if you don't have experience in this area and you're choosing to attend your first military funeral, you should prepare for a funeral experience unlike any other. While there will be elements of the funeral that honor the life of the veteran in a similar way to conventional funerals that you've attended, you can also expect to encounter a number of unique elements that are commonplace at military funerals. Read More …

Three Things Christians Should Know About Cremation

13 December 2017
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Although it's not a very pleasant topic to have to think about, there will come a day when you have to decide what you're going to do with your body after you die. Two options in the United States include having your body buried in a coffin or having it cremated. More Americans than ever are choosing cremation services. In fact, 65 years ago, only 3.6% of Americans chose cremation, but this number has risen dramatically to 48. Read More …