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How to Deliver a Eulogy

Posted on February 11, 2019 by admin | Leave a comment
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Being invited to give a eulogy at a funeral service is always an honor. For some people, though, it can also be stressful. Your loved one deserves to get a great eulogy, which can put a lot of pressure on the person who has to deliver it. If you are in this position and you […]

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Differences Between Direct Cremation and Full Cremation

Posted on February 4, 2019 by admin | Leave a comment
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Most people think that there is only one kind of cremation to choose from, but this is not the case. There are a number of options, including direct cremation and full cremation services. If you have chosen to have a loved one cremated, you may be wondering what the differences are for these services. Cremation providers […]

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How to Honor a Loved One

Posted on January 28, 2019 by admin | Leave a comment
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Losing a loved one is always a terrible experience. Grief can paralyze and can make it difficult to get on with your daily life, but it can also inspire people to honor their lost loved ones in special ways. If you want to keep the memory of your loved one alive and want to ensure […]

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Should You Attend the Funeral?

Posted on January 21, 2019 by admin | Leave a comment
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For anyone who has lost a loved one, attending the funeral or memorial service can be important. Some people, however, are not sure whether or not they should go. If this is a concern for you and you are not certain whether it is the best idea for you to go to the service, there […]

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Benefits of Online Obituaries

Posted on January 14, 2019 by admin | Leave a comment
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If you have lost a loved one, writing an obituary is probably on your mind. The point of an obituary is to get the word out that the person has died and to announce the information about services and anything else that you may want to communicate about the death. These days, more and more […]

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