Goodbye in a Pleasant Environment

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

Choosing The Right Cremation Urn

While most people have a pretty clear understanding of what to expect from traditional burials and memorial services, that doesn't always hold true when it comes to cremation. If you are planning the final dispensation for someone who has opted for cremation, you may be wondering what your options are. Here are a few things that you should know about dealing with crem

Help Your Family and the Planet Even in Death with Cremation

Having to think about one's own death is not an easy subject for anyone to consider. Having to think even further about whether you want to be buried in the ground or turned into ash via cremation is another delicate subject. But if you've always taken charge of things in life, there's no reason why you shouldn't maintain that same attitude about your eventual death.