2021

Reasons People Use A Funeral Home To Pre-Plan Their Final Services

28 April 2021
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You do not want your final services to be a burden to your loved ones. In fact, you prefer that they simply show up to the place where you want your services to be held and say a dignified and meaningful goodbye to you. However, if you die without any plans written down, you leave your arrangements to your surviving family members to decide. You can spare them the burden and expense by planning your services now at your preferred funeral home. Read More …

Sometimes A Coffin Should Be As Personal As Possible

4 February 2021
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Arguably, choosing a coffin is one of the most important funeral services that your chosen funeral home provides. While there is an abundance of different choices, of varying prices and materials, the end result is a six-sided box designed to house your loved one as they're laid to rest. Certainly, a coffin fulfills its purpose with appropriate dignity and respect, but you might feel that the choices on offer don't accurately reflect your loved one, and what they meant to you. Read More …

Practical Elements To Budget For When You Plan Out Cremation Services

28 January 2021
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If you prefer to be cremated, you may want to get your plans formalized and paid for well before you near the end of your life. You can lay out these plans with a reputable funeral home to ensure that they are carried out according to your wishes after you are gone. However, as you lay out the plans, you need to consider what elements you will need to pay for. Read More …

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New Frontiers In Funeral Planning

The business of running a funeral home can be a somber affair, but that doesn't mean that the funeral industry is static and unchanging. Americans' attitudes towards honoring their loved ones after their passing are evolving, just as they always have. Running a successful funeral home requires a keen eye for these trends so that you can continue to meet the demands of your clients in some of their darkest hours. While traditional funerals will always have a place in American society, our goal is to help you understand why some mourners may be choosing alternative services. We'll provide the practical information that you need to stay on top of changing trends so that your funeral business can continue to thrive through the 21st century.

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