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Serving Families With Cremation Needs For Over Two Decades

The Mourner’s Bill of Rights

It is healthy to reach out to others as you mourn but don't feel obligated to accept the unhelpful responses you may receive from people. You are the one who is grieving and you have certain "rights" no one should try to take away. The following list is intended to empower you to heal and … Continued

The Journey Through Grief

The Mourner's Six "Reconciliation Needs"   The demise of someone loved changes our lives forever. The movement from the "before" to the "after" is always a long, painful journey. From many grief support experiences, I have learned that if we do heal, the outside edges of our grief usually remain. Instead, we must journey completely … Continued

Organ Donation & Transplants

The process of surgically removing an organ or tissue from one person (donor) and placing it into another person (the recipient) is organ donation. An organ transplant is necessary when the recipient’s organ has failed or has been damaged by injury or disease. Organ transplantation is a great advance in modern medicine. Over 75,000 men, … Continued

Funeral Etiquette

When a friend or acquaintance passes, your first reaction may be to help the family in any way. It is a natural to not know what to say or do. We are providing this information to help guide you on proper funeral etiquette. It will also give you helpful information on how you can be … Continued

Last Will & Testament

What Is A Will? A Will is a document which provides how a person's personal property will be distributed after their demise. Each state has certain laws and requirements that must be met. Usually the creator of a Will must be at least 18 years of age. He/she must be of sound mind and free … Continued