What You Should Never Do During A Eulogy

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Going to the funeral of a loved one can be among the most stressful and upsetting things one has to do, and the immediate family members have deep needs within their grief at funeral services. They may ask those who knew and cared for the deceased to deliver a eulogy. If you find yourself writing a eulogy to help with the funeral planning of a loved one, you may want to start by knowing what to avoid in the eulogy.

26 May 2016

3 Ways To Honor A Loved One At A 4th Of July Picnic

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After a loved one has passed, it's important to grieve and celebrate their life in the company of close family and friends. If your loved one has passed away near the Fourth of July, then there are multiple ways you can honor their life. Holding a Fourth of July picnic is an ideal way to gather friends and family together for a celebration of life. Along with regular picnic traditions, you can incorporate three different ways to honor your loved one.

23 May 2016

Three Weak Excuses For Not Sharing Your End-Of-Life Plans With Your Loved Ones

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Have you planned your own funeral, or even shared any of your wishes with the people who will be responsible for handling your arrangements? It's usually not very high on people's to-do lists, although sometimes the sudden death of a loved one or colleague can spur you into action. However, avoiding the discussion is common and often leaves the survivors wondering what the deceased would have wanted. Many people simply make excuses for not pre-planning their funerals or even sharing their basic preferences for what happens to them when they die.

9 May 2016

Four Ways To Pledge Your Assistance At An Upcoming Memorial Service

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When the family members of someone who has recently passed away plan to hold a memorial service in his or her memory, it might take place at a funeral home, such as Richard H Keenan Funeral Home, or in any number of other locations, including at the family's home. While funeral home staff will lend a hand if the event is held at the funeral home, it's worthwhile for you to offer your help if the memorial service will be taking place elsewhere.

25 April 2016

4 Types Of Cremation Keepsakes Ideal For Young Girls

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For children, losing a loved one can be confusing, challenging, and often their first experience with death. To help a young girl mourn and underneath the death, you can purchase a small keepsake that holds some of the loved ones remains. This is a great way to give a special gift that is cherished for their whole life and gives them a way to cope with the loss. The following four products are specifically made with a young girl in mind and cater to all types of personalities.

8 April 2016

A Close Look At The Advantages Of Cremation Over Traditional Burial

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Even though right now cremation is the lesser chosen route for people who are making funeral arrangements, it is not expected to be that way for long. It is actually estimated that by the year 2020, there will be more people who choose cremation than traditional burial. A big reason why cremation has become such a popular choice for many funeral planners is the fact that this choice comes along with a lot of obvious advantages.

30 March 2016

2 Differences Between Embalming And Cremation Services

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When you lose a loved one, one of the last things that you want to think about is the preparation that will be necessary for his or her remains. However, it is best to review the differences between different types of services so that your family can select a process that allows you to grieve in the best manner. In addition, you should consider the financial cost of your selection, since the deceased loved one would probably prefer that you maintain a large amount of insurance money for the living expenses of the beneficiaries.

25 February 2016