Has Your Loved One Passed Away? 4 Reasons To Choose A Memorial Service

If your loved one has passed away, and you're making final preparations, you might be trying to decide between a funeral and a memorial. If that's the case, the first thing you need to do is contact your local funeral memorial home. One of the benefits of working with a funeral home is that they can help you make the arrangements for both types of services. If you're not sure what type of service is right for your loved one, read the information provided below. Read More 

Understanding The Purpose And Potential Benefits Of Flat Grave Markers

The way in which families choose to mark the gravesite of a loved one is an extremely personal decision. In addition to providing basic genealogical information such as name and the dates of birth and death, grave markers can provide important clues about the interests, personality, career and other memorable information about the deceased. While most families are familiar with traditional headstones and monuments, many may have questions about the purpose and potential benefits offered by the use of increasingly popular flat grave markers. Read More 

What Is Cremation And How Does It Work?

When a loved one passes away, it's a very difficult and emotional time. One of the last things you will want to think about is how to handle their body, but it's something that needs to be done. You will usually have two options for handling their body. You can opt for them to be buried in a cemetery or for cremation services.  What Is Cremation? Cremation is the final disposition of a body. Read More 

Choosing Cremation Services As Part Of Your Final Funeral Arrangements

Many people find the idea of being buried underground in a vault to be horrifying. They do not like the notion of their remains being trapped in a casket and decomposing in the ground. If you count yourself as one of those who do not favor traditional burial, you may lean toward the option of being cremated. You can include cremation services in your pre-planned funeral arrangements to ensure that your remains are not placed in a casket and vault after you pass away. Read More 

Planning Your Own Funeral Services: Why You Should

Many people plan their own services ahead of time. For those who have never done any kind of funeral planning, you might wonder why you should think about planning your own. After all, you might think that's something your family should handle after you pass away. However, there are some real benefits to planning — and paying for — your funeral services ahead of time. Here's a look at what you need to know. Read More