3 Tips For Visiting Your Family & Ancestors In A Cemetery

19 June 2018
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It is important to respect your family and your ancestors. One way to show both your family and your ancestors respect is by visiting the cemetery where your family resides. Find where that cemetery is, and then make sure that you are prepared for the visit. Finding Where Your Relatives Are Located The first thing that you need to do is find out where family and ancestors are buried, if you do not already know. Read More 

Planning A Funeral When Your Family Lives Out Of Town

21 May 2018
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Planning a funeral can be a complicated affair when the majority of your family lives out of town. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to make the entire process a bit easier for everyone involved while still have a chance to gather together in celebration of your loved ones life. Here are a few things to consider as you prepare to make the arrangements. Determine An Appropriate Date Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose Your Own Funeral Songs

15 April 2018
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When pre-planning a funeral, many people consider a lot of practical things. They may choose a specific venue, pick out a casket and determine the best spot for a cemetery plot. However, many people neglect to choose some of the other details of the funeral, and it is sometimes those details that cause mourners to second-guess themselves when making decisions. Consider these three reasons to choose the music you want to be played at your own funeral. Read More 

Ways That You Can Use Keepsake Urns

18 March 2018
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Placing a deceased person's cremated remains in a large urn is a common way to deal with them, but it's far from being your only option where an urn is concerned. If you like the idea of keeping the remains in an urn but don't favor the use of a large urn, you may opt to go with several keepsake urns. This term commonly describes urns that are significantly smaller than regular urns; some grieving family members buy several keepsake urns and fill each of them with a small amount of the remains. Read More 

3 Things To Consider About Cremation

26 February 2018
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Choosing your final resting place or the final resting place for someone you are close to can be difficult. There are a lot of options to choose from, ranging from cremation to burial in a plot or mausoleum. It's even possible to have your body donated to medical science. In recent years, cremation has become more popular across the United States. In 2016, cremation was the choice for just over 50 percent of all funerals in the US. Read More