7 Ways To Support Mourners During Funeral Services

17 October 2022
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The loss of a loved one is always a difficult time. As a funeral home owner, you have the opportunity to help those who are grieving by offering resources that can provide support and comfort. Here are seven resources that you should offer mourners during funeral services. Grief Counseling Services Speaking with a trained grief counselor can be incredibly beneficial for mourners. Counselors can help people work through their emotions and begin to cope with their loss. Read More …

Pre-Planning Your Final Services? Things To Include

26 July 2022
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If you have decided to save your loved ones the burden and challenge of planning your funeral, it's important that you consider all of the elements as you build the plan yourself. There are certain things that you will probably want to gather and provide to your funeral home of choice so that your loved ones don't have to try to make those decisions for you in their grief. Here's a look at some of what you should compile for the funeral home as part of your pre-planning efforts. Read More …

5 Items To Include In Your Cremation Service Checklist

26 April 2022
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Cremation is an alternative to traditional burials, where the body is not present. The process is more affordable than a traditional burial and doesn't take as much time and energy to plan out. However, the process can still be hectic because there are important factors to consider before the service. This article highlights the cremation services checklist that will help you get started. 1. Understand Your Options for a Cremation Service Read More …

The Importance And Benefits Of Planning Your Own Funeral

17 February 2022
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Funeral planning is not something most people think about while they're still alive and well. However, planning for the future is important. You can plan your own funeral and take some of the worry and burden on your family member when your end of life comes. It's Okay To Plan Your Funeral Businesses that provide funeral services understand that some people wish to plan their own funeral arrangements in advance. Funeral homes make it easy to do this. Read More …

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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.