Tips For Making A Support Card Book To Present To The Family At A Funeral

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When a loved one dies, it can be overwhelming in so many ways for those who have been left behind. When it’s a spouse, parent, sibling, or other very close family member, the pain can seem unbearable, and even kind things that people do can seem overwhelming. If a lot of people send condolence cards in the mail, even those nice gestures can be hard. Do the mourners a favor and take control of this tradition that happens in the aftermath of a death.…

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Cremation Keepsake Gifts: Four Options To Consider

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If your loved one has chosen cremation for his or her final disposition, you may be wondering what your options are for caring for the cremains. There are any memorial keepsake gifts you can create with the cremains, which can be given to close family members as a way to keep your loved one with them. Here are a few ideas you can use to honor your loved one’s memory.…

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How To Plan A Funeral Service

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A funeral is a time to celebrate the life and times of your loved one. There are seemingly endless ways to honor someone’s life. These days, services can be eclectic and transcend the traditional, religious-based funeral services. The service can be a mix of religion, spirituality, and celebrating the person’s life. If you’ve been chosen to plan a funeral or memorial service, you have some important decisions to make on behalf of your loved one.…

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