Understanding The Funeral Prearrangement Process
When you attend funeral services, regardless of how well you knew the person being memorialized, your lone priority should be to support the person’s surviving family members and convey your sympathy. It may occasionally be tempting to use the occasion to discuss other matters, and while some small talk or casual banter before and after the service might be acceptable if the family goes along with it, you shouldn’t show up to the service with an agenda. Read More»
One of the materials that is most often associated with a casket is wood. However, there are many other materials that caskets might be made out of, such as metal, fiberglass or biodegradable materials. The materials that you choose for a casket will affect the appearance of the casket and will also affect the impact that the casket has on the environment.
Wooden caskets are often used because they have a comfortable and luxurious look that is reminiscent of hardwood furniture. Read More»
Are you and your family members going through a hard time because your beloved dog has died? Saying goodbye to somebody who has been a part of your family is difficult, for sure. Here are some ideas that might help you to go forward without your pet.
Start With Personal Time - Of course, you need your very own time to grieve, but it’s good to spend one-on-one time with each of your children, too. Read More»
When you’re overseeing the funeral service of a recently deceased loved one at the funeral home in advance of traveling to the cemetery for the burial, one of the duties that you’ll need to consider is delegating people for a variety of roles on the day of the service. There may be some family members and close friends who wish to contribute. Beyond the important roles of eulogist and pallbearers, there are a number of other jobs that people can perform. Read More»
A funeral is a time to celebrate the life, loves, and pastimes of a special family member or friend. When planning a funeral, it is important to personalize all aspects of the funeral and burial service to emphasize a family member’s or friend’s personality and how they loved to spend their time. This is especially important for a creative and active person with a sense of humor. One way to personalize a person’s funeral is to have a custom casket created that reflects their personality, occupation, and pastimes. Read More»