Planning the Music at Your Funeral

Think About Planning Your Own Funeral

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Have you been thinking about planning your own funeral? Perhaps you recently attended services of a loved one or even an acquaintance. Doing so might have made you think about things that you liked at the service. Or, you might have thought of things you might have changed. Either way, if you are thinking about planning your own funeral, from selecting the music to buying your own headstone, here are some ideas that might help you.…

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Preserve Their Memory: How To Care For Your Loved One's Laser-Etched Monument

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If your loved one has recently passed away, and you’ve chosen to remember them with a laser-etched monument, you’ll want to keep it looking beautiful. With proper care, the monument you purchase will serve as a lasting memorial to your loved one. One of the benefits of laser etching is that the work will last for years to come. However, it will require some maintenance to ensure lasting beauty. Here are three simple steps you can follow that will help you protect and preserve your loved one’s monument:…

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Tips For Sending Cremated Remains In The Mail

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After a deceased loved one goes through the cremation process, you may have a number of things that you wish to do with the cremated remains. You don’t have to do just one thing, such as scatter them or bury them. Instead, you may be thinking about dividing a small portion of them among family members, including those who live abroad. In such a scenario, it’s possible that you may have to mail some of the cremated remains.…

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