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The Funeral You Never Want To Plan, Creating A Positive Healing Experience From Tragedy

I’ve worked in the funeral profession for many years. But it wasn’t until recently that I truly internalized what it takes to create an amazing celebration of life… And I’ve got to hand it to you, it’s no easy task. No, it’s not about the products, the religion, the flowers […]

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8 Facts On Baby Boomers That Could (And Should) Change Your Funeral Business

Article by Rochelle Rietow, funeralOne Blog A great American novel once said “you’ll never really understand a person until you consider his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” And this couldn’t be anymore true for marketing your funeral home, too. If you take […]

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Funeral Homes Increasingly Using Dogs to Comfort Mourners

Here at Security National, we love our pets! In fact, we know that family is one of the most important things in life. We also understand that for many of us, pets are also a part of the family. That’s why when you purchase a pre-arranged funeral plan through Security National Life, […]

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22 Of The Most Powerful Death & Dying Quotes Ever Written

Since the beginning of time, people have been expressing their thoughts on death in many, many ways. In fact, these ideas, discussions and philosophies surrounding death have been the origin of many great works of art. In my opinion, some of the most powerful words about death exist in quotes. […]

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Bodies found in Ohio funeral home storage after their supposed cremation

Facility faces investigation after remains of 10 adults and 1 child found. At least one body had been there since January, official says. Authorities in Ohio are investigating a funeral home in Toledo where 11 bodies were discovered in a damp room. They say the bodies were supposed to be cremated […]

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Memorial Day: Begin the conversation with loved ones about how they want to be honored

We’re often so busy living Memorial Day Weekend that we forget the original purpose of the day – to honor veterans who have passed. “This Memorial Day, whether you work in the death care industry, between opening day at the pool and the family cook-out, take time to remember our […]

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How the ‘New York Times’ Churns Out 1,000 Obituaries Every Year

Article by Simon Davis, Vice Per the CDC, more than 2.5 million people die in America annually. By contrast, a mereone thousand will have the privilege of getting an obituary about them published in theNew York Times in any given year (note: that’s not the same as a paid death notice ). One of the people […]

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Should Funerals Be Livestreamed?

As technology continues to evolve, people desire to share and be more connected to the friends, foes and family alike no matter the life event. As married couples create trendy hashtags for their wedding festivities and college students launch various online platforms of awareness for societal issues, the latest social media […]

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