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What To Do When A Loved One Dies Away From Home

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The passing of a loved one can be traumatic, but added stress is placed on surviving family members when a loved dies away from home. If you have received news that a friend or family member has died while traveling, you will need to arrange for transport of the body back home before you can make funeral arrangements. Here are some tips to help you get started with the transportation process. Read More»

Thinking About Cremation? 3 Ways Cremation Will Impact Your Loved Ones

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Cremation is increasing in popularity in the United states because it is less expensive than traditional burial and more environmentally friendly. It is becoming so popular, in fact, that more than 40 percent of people who die are cremated. When you compare that number with the mere 3 percent who were cremated in the late 1950s, you can see that the number of cremations has increased dramatically throughout the years. And the trend is expected to continue as our population grows. Read More»

Should You Purchase A Headstone For A Beloved Pet?

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Pets (particularly those of the furry, four-legged variety) can quickly win the hearts and minds of even the gruffest family members. The death of a beloved pet can feel no different than the death of a relative or other loved one, and you may feel bereft without the trappings of a traditional funeral – including a formal burial and the purchase of a headstone. If you buried your pet at home, you may be considering the purchase and installation of a small headstone or grave marker to memorialize your pet. Read More»