Funeral Home Near Me

Posted on September 17, 2021 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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Even if you live in a small town, you are likely to be presented with more than one choice when you google funeral home near me. The search will provide you with contact information, location, and perhaps a link to websites of the funeral homes near your immediate location. The search is a useful first […]

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Talking with a Veteran

Talking with a Veteran

Posted on August 20, 2021 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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Talking with a veteran of the more recent wars or conflicts such as Vietnam, Afghanistan, or Iraq can be intimidating. You may have a parent or spouse who served in Vietnam who has never shared anything about their experience with you. The Vietnam War was different from wars in the past in that the value […]

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Make Family the Foundation for Funeral Planning

Make Family the Foundation for Funeral Planning

Posted on July 23, 2021 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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There are two ways to take care of funeral planning: 1) you can plan your own funeral in advance or 2) your survivors can plan your funeral for you after your death. Regardless of when it is planned, or who plans the funeral, the planning needs to start with your family. Your family should be […]

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Cheap Cremation

Cheap Cremation

Posted on June 18, 2021 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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How cheap is cheap cremation? How do they do it so cheap? How is cheap cremation different from the cremation services provided by your local funeral home? The least expensive form of cremation is direct cremation. Direct cremation means that the body is picked up from the place of death and taken directly to the […]

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What helps when a person is sad?

What helps when a person is sad?

Posted on June 4, 2021 by Reynolds-Jonkhoff | Leave a comment
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Some things are so simple that it’s easy to doubt their ability to help. In times of trouble, it is often the little things that make all the difference. Chicken soup when you feel a cold coming on, a hug, and a warm chocolate chip cookie all make a person feel better. Even though they […]

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