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Burials VS Cremation: Which Should You Choose?

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When a loved one passes, it might be up to you to decide on their funeral arrangements. The first main option to choose is whether you should have them buried or cremated. If they left their wishes in a will, the decision is easy. However, some people never make it known what they would prefer. Here are some things to think about when deciding between a burial or cremation. Cremation is Less Expensive…

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How Do You Explain The Cremation Process To Young Children?

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Cremations are becoming an increasingly popular choice among Americans. Since the 1960s, there’s been an incredible 1,238.88% increase in the number of people choosing cremation. Some people choose it because it’s more environmentally friendly and easily personalizable (you can choose to store ashes in an urn, plant a tree with them, or even have them made into jewelry these days). Others choose it because it’s more economical than a traditional burial.…

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5 Simple Rules For Writing Messages On Funeral Flower Cards

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When someone that you know passes away, feeling sympathetic and showing your concern for the family often involves sending flowers to the funeral home. These tokens of sympathy are displayed through the visitation and service and are usually sent home with the deceased’s closest relatives after the event is over. It can be difficult to find the words to say on the card included with a floral arrangement. If you want to send the most appropriate and effective message possible, there are a few simple rules that you should follow when you are filling out the floral card for a funeral.…

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