Pet Funeral Service

Pets are considered part of the family. The idea of giving them a proper funeral and burial comes natural with their passing. This need has eventually led to the rise in the funeral industry’s pet death care services.

Are Burial Vaults Necessary?

There are different reasons why people have burial vaults. One reason could be that cemeteries require these vaults while others consider it as an important part for the safekeeping of the ashes or the decomposed remains of their loved ones. For those who are still unsure of getting one, here are some details that you might find helpful in your decision.

How to Express Sympathy and Offer Condolences

Saying and doing the right thing can be difficult when you try to express sympathy of offer condolences to the bereaved. It is important to acknowledge the loss and give support whenever possible. Here are some ways you can express condolences next time and avoid coming off as unsupportive and uncaring.

Guide for Making Funeral Arrangements

Losing a loved one is never an easy thing to experience. Being prepared to handle this, will make matters easier for everyone involved. This guide will help you with the steps to arranging a funeral. We’ll take you through the steps of arranging a funeral — from making the first call when someone dies to the various matters to be handled following the funeral.

How to Extend Support to the Bereaved

Death is considered as a normal part of living. However, being left behind is never easy. People who are coping with the death of their loved ones is never easy. The challenge is to help them deal or even just be there for the people who are bereaved as a support.

Resomation: The Flameless Green Cremation

The green-cremation is considered to be an eco-friendly alternative to traditional cremation. However, it uses lesser energy to cremate the body. Resomation only uses one-third of the energy used in cremation which is a substantially lower energy consumption.

Canadian Funeral Customs and Traditions

Funeral customs and rituals are often influenced by religious and cultural traditions. As such, funeral rituals differ from one religious group to another, even in Canada.Typically, the official funeral ceremony in Canada includes the viewing, the service, and the burial.

American Funeral Customs and Traditions

Every country has its traditions even in funerals. Similarly, these traditions change in time. In the case of the traditional American funeral, their customs are composed of three parts. The first one is the visitation, followed by the funeral, and then the burial services.

Creating a Green Funeral Plan

Learn how to plan a green funeral your way! We will be discussing everything you will need to know about planning a green funeral. Whether you create a basic funeral … Read More