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Paying For a Funeral with Life Insurance

We understand that paying for a funeral can be expensive, and that coming up with funds to cover the costs can be overwhelming, especially during what is already a difficult time. There are many ways to pay for a funeral, both at the time of death, or ahead of time. More and more people areRead more

How the Opioid Crisis Is Affecting Members of the Funeral Services Industry

The current opioid crisis may be affecting people all over the country, but it’s hitting especially hard here in New Hampshire. It is well documented that New Hampshire has the second-highest rate of overdose deaths per capita. According to data recently collected by The New York Times, “Drug overdoses are now the leading cause ofRead more

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Getting Help with Funeral Costs: Raising Money for a Funeral

When someone dies unexpectedly, and/or tragically, the emotional burden placed on the loved ones of the deceased can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, it can also present a sudden financial strain on the family of the deceased. Sometimes, family members are left scrambling to come up with the funds to put together final arrangements, with little timeRead more

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3 Tips for Attending Catholic Funerals

If you’re attending a traditional Catholic funeral for the first time, there are a few things you should know before you arrive. The process is quite involved, and for those who aren’t familiar with the traditions surrounding Catholic funerals, it can be a bit overwhelming. We’ve put together a list of tips and advice toRead more

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10 Tips for Writing and Delivering a Memorable and Meaningful Eulogy

If you are considering volunteering to write a eulogy for a deceased loved one, you may be wondering what makes for a great eulogy, and where to begin. The task often arrives suddenly, and during a time when we are struggling with feelings of stress and grief. Aside from remembering to introduce yourself, here areRead more

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Things to Know About Funeral Flowers

Whether you are a close family member, close friend, or acquaintance of the deceased, flowers are a great way to show your sympathy. There are a variety of symbolic meanings behind funeral flowers, which vary throughout religions and customs around the world. They can represent the celebration of a person’s life, or simply bring comfortRead more

Offering Condolences at Funeral

Yes. You Should Go to The Funeral.

Funerals aren’t fun. They aren’t like other social events where friends and family gather to celebrate an occasion. There are often awkward moments, as both those who are immediately-impacted, and those who come to honor the dead and pay respects to the living, are at their most vulnerable – or raw.Read more

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Frequently Asked Questions About Headstones and Grave Markers

In many cases, when a family experiences a loss, the number of things to be decided with regards to planning end-of-life services is overwhelming, in addition to being completely new territory. We recently had a customer ask us for additional information on headstones and grave markers, and we decided to expand upon the topic forRead more

Paying for Funeral and Cremation Services: Crowdfunding Pitfalls to Be Aware of

When a loved one passes, the financial burden of carrying out their last wishes can often be overwhelming. Many funeral homes and crematoriums provide opportunities for pre-payment when possible, as well as offering flexible payment options to assist your family during this difficult time.Read more

Let’s Talk About Funeral Procession Etiquette

Whether you’re participating in the funeral procession or encounter one on the roads, there are common rules of etiquette that should always be followed. While honest mistakes do happen, there are ways to ensure the procession isn’t broken on the way to the cemetery or burial ground. Procession Participants Participants in the funeral procession shouldRead more