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Etiquette Rules To Keep In Mind At Your Next Funeral Home Visit

5 January 2016
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Following proper etiquette rules is integral anytime you walk through the doors of a funeral home to attend a visitation or service. Keeping funeral etiquette rules in mind is about more than just wearing the right color of clothing and being sure that your cellphone doesn't ring. By behaving in the proper manner, you're showing respect toward the memory of the person who has passed away as well as the surviving members who are going through a difficult time. Read More …

Facing Funeral Costs: A Guide For Planning Your Future Funeral

16 December 2015
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When you initially start making your own funeral arrangements, a good portion of your concerns will likely be about the costs involved. Even though planning your funeral in advance may be one of the most responsible decisions you can make, if you are like most pre-planners, you are not too tickled with the idea of taking on yet another bill. Here are a few of the biggest questions funeral pre-planners tend to have about the costs associated with the process. Read More …

4 Benefits to Meeting with a Funeral Planner

25 August 2015
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If you're like many people, you may have been putting off your funeral planning needs. It can be difficult think about death as well as life when you're no longer here. It's important that you don't continue to put off the need to plan due to your fears. With proper planning, you can have full control. Take a look at the following information to better understand the benefits of meeting with a funeral planner. Read More …

Is a Home Funeral Right for You?

18 August 2015
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If you were to die 150 years ago, pretty much everything would have been done at home. Your family would either make your casket or would hire someone to make it for you. Your family and friends would also lay you out and your viewings would take place in your front parlor. Then funeral homes came around and started handling funerals. Funeral home employees took over the laying out of the dead and funerals were held at the funeral home. Read More …

4 Unusual Things To Do With Cremated Remains

31 July 2015
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While some people like to store cremated remains of their loved ones on the mantle in an urn, this isn't the only option. There are other ways to actually put the ashes remaining after cremation to use once the memorial services are over. These aren't necessarily inexpensive alternatives, but they can be beautiful ways to honor the memory of any loved one. Contribute to Nature A few companies offer biodegradable urns that you can add ashes to and plant to grow a tree. Read More …

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Finding The Right Funeral Home

Nothing is more difficult than trying to plan a funeral for someone that you love. In addition to figuring out who to have speak and what to do to honor their memory, you might also be stressed out about choosing an appropriate funeral home. However, you don't have to worry so much about the details if you are willing to shop around for a great funeral home. My blog is dedicated to teaching you different features about funeral homes, so that you aren't left guessing when the big day comes. You never know, this information might help you to honor a loved one.

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