While your husband was alive, hopefully there were many who walked up to him and simply said something like "Thank you for your service to our country" or "Please know that you are in our prayers every day." After all, the men and women who wear uniforms because they are defending their country are a very special breed, aren't they? Did your husband serve during World War II, during the Korean War, during the war in Vietnam, or more recently?
17 May 2018
Choosing a gravestone and laying out the engraving details can feel like overwhelming tasks for survivors who are in charge of the funeral arrangements for a loved one. It's important to realize the significance of this task, and to put thought into all of the most pertinent considerations. The following are four important things that you're going to have to think about if you're in charge of selecting gravestone details for a departed loved one:
10 April 2018
Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things in life to face. It will take time to overcome the devastation of this situation. However, it's always ideal to have a memorial service that shows the love and respect you had for this individual. Knowing specific tips that will enable you to have the best one possible may be helpful. Tip #1: Choose the speaker One of the first things you'll want to do is select a speaker for the service.
19 March 2018
A common way to deal with the cremated remains of a recently deceased loved one is to scatter them in an area of significance. In many cases, the person will have chosen an area before his or her passing, but if this hasn't occurred, you and your family members can commonly come up with an appropriate location. If your departed family member specified that a scattering ceremony was what he or she wanted, you'll want to follow through.
23 February 2018