Three Reasons To Make Your Own Urn

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When someone close to you passes away and you’re looking for an urn that will hold the person’s cremated remains, you should also give some thought to making your own. While this task might seem like too much for the average person, if you’re a woodworking enthusiast and feel up to the task, you can create a custom urn. Whether you turn a wooden urn on a lathe or build a small, square box, this may be a project that is important to you.…

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Taking The Stress Off Your Family With Preplaning Of Your Final Wishes

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It is a subject that people do not like to talk about but the fact remains, the day will come when we all leave this life. If you take the time to plan for this, you can get all the details settled and not leave it to your family to deal with. If there are specific things that you would like to have done, either a service or maybe cremation, let your family know this but if you can arrange these services with the funeral home, all the family needs to do is call the one you specified to them.…

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4 Questions To Ask Mourners At A Cremation Service

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When you are preparing a eulogy for a cremation service, you may soon find it challenging to complete if you are simply writing a direct life story to read for several minutes. No matter how exciting the person’s life was or how much the attendees of a cremation service may love the person, they may get a little restless during a long eulogy. You can add extra pizzazz to the eulogy by asking questions of your fellow mourners who are attending the memorial service.…

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