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4 Things To Know About Caskets When Planning A Funeral

If you are planning a funeral, one of the more expensive parts of the entire process is purchasing a casket for your loved one to be buried in. Here are a few things that you need to know about caskets when planning a funeral. #1 List Of Prices When you go to a funeral home and inform them that you need to purchase a casket, the first thing they should do is hand you a piece of paper that lists the prices of all the different caskets that they sell. Read More 

Pre-Planning Your Funeral? Traditional Burial Alternatives To Consider

If you like to plan ahead and want to make sure that when you pass on from this world to the afterlife that everything is taken care of just the way you would like, then you may find yourself faced with numerous choices and decisions. One of those extremely important decisions that you will need to make is to determine what you want for your final resting place. While it is the most common option, a traditional preservation and burial may not be the option that best suits you and your needs. Read More 

3 Funeral Etiquette Tips In The Age Of Social Media

In this day and age, it feels like everything is documented online. Here are a few tips for how to deal with the death of a friend and funeral etiquette tips to follow in regards to using social media while at the funeral. #1 Share Your Feelings When a friend of yours dies, it is okay to share your feelings on social media. However, if you found out the death the moment that it happens or know that you were one of the first people to know, you should wait until all close family and friends have been notified of their loved one's death before posting about it on social media. Read More 

Commemorate Your Recently Deceased Grandfather’s Love Of Building Clocks

If your grandfather recently passed away and will be cremated, prior to their memorial service, commemorate their love of building clocks throughout their lifetime and share their talent with guests during their memorial service by using the following suggestions. As a result, your loved one will be remembered for the person that they were and guests will be provided with small tokens that will help them remember your family member once the event is over. Read More 

3 Big Financial Questions To Ask During Funeral Pre-Planning

When you don't want to leave behind for your loved ones the burden of planning and paying for your funeral, the most logical thing to do is go ahead and pre-plan your funeral arrangements at your chosen funeral home and arrange to have it paid for in advance. While this is a pretty straightforward process, the biggest concerns usually come in with the costs involved simply because most want to keep the costs as low as possible. Read More