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Why we Say Goodbye

Why we Say Goodbye

“How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” Winnie the Pooh, A.A. Milne, author Saying goodbye to loved ones is a tradition that spans millennia, from Egyptians reading from the Book of the Dead to Vikings sending their...


The Greatest Gift

A 2017 survey by the National Funeral Director’s Association shows that nearly two thirds of Americans think that pre-planning, or at least sharing their final wishes with their families is important.  But in reality, fewer than 20 percent...


Language of Flowers

When it comes to putting your loved one to rest, flowers may seem like a small detail. But for some, selecting the just-right plant or flower arrangement can be meaningful, and an important way to express your feelings. Your favorite florist can...


What are Cremains?

Cremains are exactly what they sound like – what remains after cremating a body. It’s a common misunderstanding that your loved ones’ remains are ‘ashes’. Typically, cremains are grainy in texture, much like sand that has bits of quartz rock in...

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