How Will You Be Remembered?

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Key Questions to Define Your Legacy Developing a meaningful legacy begins with self-reflection.   Below are some important questions to help you shape how you will be remembered: Answering these questions can help you create a blueprint for a legacy that will endure long after you’re gone. Understanding the Elements of Your Legacy Your legacy…

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Nursing Homes Should Have Nurses

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admit it. I am old-fashioned.   For some odd reason, I think that if a facility calls itself a “nursing home,” it should always have at least one nurse on the premises.   But, much to my surprise, that isn’t the case.   Is Having a Nurse Present Too Much To Ask? Under current Federal rules and regulations, nursing…

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Learn about the Catholic Church’s View On Cremation

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A few days ago, the Vatican issued new “guidance” that clarified its views on cremation.  You can access the Vatican pronouncement by clicking here.   Historically, the Catholic Church harbored reservations towards cremation, perceiving it as misaligned with Christian tenets. However, an epochal transformation occurred in 1963, acknowledging that cremation aligns harmoniously with Christian doctrine when…

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Ultimate Guide to Funeral Service Preparation

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Facing the Challenge of Funeral Preparation In life’s most challenging moments, preparing for a funeral service is a significant and solemn task. This comprehensive guide to preparing for a funeral aims to provide a detailed roadmap for those undertaking the sensitive journey of funeral planning, combining emotional insight with practical advice. Emotional Readiness: The Core of…

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There is new cure for Sickle Cell Disease

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As long as I can remember, Sickle Cell Disease was a fatal disease that robbed its victims of quality of life before eventually killing them. Approximately 100,000 Americans live with this disease.   Just last week, we cremated a young woman and mother of two who died of Sickle Cell Disease. She suffered her entire life from extraordinary…

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Adjusting Holiday Traditions After a Loss

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and we know that for families that have suffered a loss, the prospect of an empty chair at the Thanksgiving table is a terrible prospect.  It is tough to be joyful and give thanks when your heart is being ripped apart.   How to Deal With the Death of a…

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Uncover the Truth: How Private Autopsy Services Can Provide Closure

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Losing a loved one is an experience that leaves many questions unanswered, especially when the cause of death is uncertain.  During these challenging times, people often seek closure and peace of mind by understanding the circumstances surrounding their loved one’s passing.  Private autopsy services offer a unique and comprehensive approach that can help uncover the…

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