Cell Phones and Funeral Etiquette

Cell phones are ubiquitous. Ninety-five percent of all Americans own one, and many rely on them as a primary means of communication and source of information. However, just because nearly everyone has a cell phone doesn’t mean that its use is appropriate at all times. According to the commonly accepted rules of funeral etiquette, cell […]

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Best Types of Flowers to Buy for a Funeral

If a friend or relative has recently suffered a loss, you may want to send them a floral arrangement as a show of sympathy and support, especially if you are not able to attend the service. We encourage you not to become too stressed over choosing traditional funeral flowers for the arrangement. The recipient will […]

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What to Say to a Grieving Person: Do’s and Don’ts

Loss has a way of changing people, and its effect can be lasting or fleeting, depending on the individual. As a friend or family member of the grieving person, it is normal to feel somewhat helpless, wanting to do everything in your power to take the suffering away. Instead, focus on being there and consider […]

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