Goodbye in a Pleasant Environment

Ivan Foster

Concerns And Truths About Cremation Services

Pre-planning end-of-life arrangements is something that many people do not want to do. In fact, having to face that there even is an end of life is something many people try to avoid. When you do find yourself facing it, you may find yourself fearful of some of the options. These fears, especially ones dealing with cremation services, can come from various places. Her

Steps For Creating A Scattering Of The Ashes Ceremony

If you've ever dreamed of gliding gracefully through the sky with the birds or floating across the water with the sea lilies, you may understand your loved one's final wishes to have their cremated ashes scattered. Carrying out this final wish can be a fulfilling spiritual send-off.  Although if your loved has requested a scattering of the ashes at a place other

Two Reasons To Have A Graveside Funeral For An Unexpected Loss

It's hard to lose someone that you care about. Death often seems so final, and just knowing that you can no longer look forward to future moments together is enough to make anyone feel down. The situation is even harder to grapple with if the passing happened without warning. If a car accident took the life of the person you loved or they came down with an illness tha

A Guide To Pre-Planning Your Memorial Service

If you have recently decided that you should pre-plan your funeral, you may be unsure of what you can and should do to properly pre-plan those services. There are numerous steps you should take when you are trying to plan your memorial services in advance. Get to know some of those steps. Then, you can get the memorial pre-planning process started right away. Decide B

Funeral Services During A Pandemic

Putting a loved one to rest, making all those decisions after they're gone, is one of the hardest things to do. Right now things are even harder for a lot of people. Some areas have really restricted how many people are present for a gathering, and sometimes only the closest family members are allowed to attend funerals — though this varies greatly by area. Funeral ho