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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3 Etiquette Tips For Attending The Funeral Of A Co-Worker

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If you have a co-worker who has passed away, and an invitation to attend the funeral has been extended to their co-workers, here are a few etiquette tips to keep in mind. #1 Find Out The Funeral Attire When your work gets the invitation to the funeral, make sure that you inquire about the dress code. Although the traditional funeral color is black, what you should actually wear can very a lot.…

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Don't Know A Pianist? These Instruments Can Be Beautifully Played At A Funeral

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When you’re putting together the details for a loved one’s funeral and the topic turns to music, you’ll need to make some important decisions. While playing a hymn or special song off a CD or MP3 file can be nice, having a family member actually play an instrument in person can add a special element to the service. You may find that your funeral home is equipped with a piano for this purpose, but if you don’t know someone who can adequately play this instrument, don’t give up on your hope of live music just yet.…

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