Learning All About Funeral Arrangement Options
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Learning All About Funeral Arrangement Options

Hi everyone, my name is AnaMae Merton. I recently lost my birth parents during a heavy storm. Their deaths left me reeling, though we were not very close. Furthermore, I was the only surviving kin, so it was my job to arrange the funerals for both of them. The funeral arrangement process was incredibly difficult without knowing much about their personalities or passions. I struggled to find the best songs, outfits, caskets, burial sites and flowers. Luckily, the funeral director helped me identify suitable options for my birth parents' funerals. I hope to help people understand all of the different funeral arrangement options available today. Please visit my site anytime to learn more.


Learning All About Funeral Arrangement Options

  • 2 Common Questions About Cremation

    4 April 2018

    If you've recently suffered through the loss of someone you love, you may find yourself responsible for deciding on their funeral arrangements. Unfortunately, you may feel overwhelmed with all of the options available to you. If you are leaning towards using cremation to handle the body, here are some common questions you may have before you make an official decision. Will Cremation Cost More Than Other Options? One misconception about cremation services is that it costs more money than doing a traditional burial.

  • Tips For Planning A Funeral Tea

    13 March 2018

    One of the key points to remember when you're planning a funeral for a family member who has passed away is that you can do virtually anything to honor the person's memory. An idea that some families pursue is to organize a funeral tea — which can take place in lieu of a traditional funeral service or in addition to it. While there are many locations to consider for the funeral tea, it's often a good idea to do so at the funeral home itself.

  • Stillbirth—How To Plan A Homecoming Service For An Infant

    13 February 2018

    Planning a funeral for a baby is one of the most traumatic experiences that parents have to go through. It is even harder when this painful moment comes from a stillbirth. You are going to always wonder what could have been. It means not hearing your child's first cry and missing out on all the milestone moments. However, you should enlist as much help as possible as you honor your baby.