Critical Facts About Cremation Remains

Although cremation has become popular today, most people still do not understand certain aspects regarding the practice. Cremation remains are synonymous with myths and misconceptions that most people find confusing. Unfortunately, the confusion can discourage people from looking for cremation services. Thus, funeral homes must provide as much information as possible regarding cremation so that customers know what they are getting into. This article highlights critical facts about cremation remains. [Read More]

Funeral Arranging Tips

Funeral planning can be a taxing activity. In most cases, you will have limited time to plan the event. The issue is further complicated by the fact that you may be grieving your loved one. This article proposes a few tips to help you plan a funeral. Handling The Body Once your loved one dies, your immediate concern should be how you will handle their remains. Ideally, you should hire a funeral home to store their body. [Read More]

Who Should Conduct Your Loved One's Funeral Service?

An orchestra needs someone to conduct it and so does a funeral. Whoever conducts the service acts as a type of moderator, leading mourners through the predetermined order of service. But who is the best person to conduct a funeral? And since you (and other family members) knew your loved one best, should a family member or close friend conduct the service? Yourself Conducting a funeral service for someone you knew can be an extremely difficult proposition. [Read More]

Are You Worried About the Environmental Impact of Your Funeral?

If you worry about the environmental damage your lifestyle could be causing, there are many changes that you can make to lower your carbon footprint. You can reduce the number of vehicle journeys that you make. You might decide you purchase locally grown produce and reduce your dependence on fossil fuels and electrical power. Whatever changes you make, there will always be more you can do. One way of increasing your commitment to a low impact lifestyle is ensuring that your death does not adversely affect the environment. [Read More]