Planning Your Loved One's Cremation

Cremation is a popular choice for dealing with the remains of a loved one. Many people find the idea of cremation comforting since a cremated person will never undergo the natural decaying process common to all organic matter. If your loved one left funerary instructions in their will, they may have chosen cremation for themselves. Otherwise, you have the right to choose it as their next of kin. Choosing cremation is only the first step in the process. [Read More]

Plan Your Loved One's Memorial Service With A Theme

Maybe your loved one passed away some time ago and you are just now planning his or her memorial service. Planning this type of service for your loved one should be a time of remembrance, a time of healing, and a time to say farewell. As you plan the memorial service for the person who has passed away, consider focusing on a theme. For instance, maybe your loved one was well known for giving service to others at every opportunity. [Read More]

Ask Your Family To Help You Plan Your Cremation Service

Maybe you have decided that you don't want a traditional funeral at the time of your death. Instead, you have chosen to be cremated. Perhaps you did some research and you found that it might be less expensive to arrange for cremation services. Maybe you liked the fact that you can customize the service to match how much you want to spend. In addition, perhaps you are just more comfortable with the idea of being cremated rather than your body being placed in a coffin. [Read More]

Are You Shopping For Headstones?

Even though you don't have any serious health issues, maybe you and your spouse have already planned your own funerals. If you've done that, have you remembered to give your funeral plans to your family or to two or three trusted friends? The only remaining thing you need to do might be in the selection of your headstones and in arranging for cemetery headstone engraving. On the other hand, maybe you have just talked about choosing the headstones that will be used at the time of your passing. [Read More]