How to Let Someone Know a Loved One Has Died

By | January 21st, 2019 | Leave a comment | Posted under: cremation

Have you ever had the responsibility of informing a family member about the death of another relative? It’s not the sort of duty anyone would covet. You’ll be dealing with shock after hearing the news yourself and will face stress at having to be the bearer of bad news to family and friends. But it’s […]

Tips for Visiting a Dying Friend

By | January 14th, 2019 | Leave a comment | Posted under: funeral home

Life is full of twists and turns, circumstance and happenstance, and good days and bad days. Things can get particularly trying when situations like death are thrown into the mix. While death is a fact of life and will hit close to home at some point, it can still be difficult to deal with. This can […]

Tips for Providing Food to Grieving People

By | January 7th, 2019 | Leave a comment | Posted under: funeral home

  Providing sympathy meals is the perfect way to show a grieving friend that you care ahead of and after the funeral service or cremation service at a St. Johns, OH funeral home.    You can bet that your friend and their family will be busy preparing for the body disposition as they mourn a devastating loss. So you can bet that your gesture to bring by some food will be a great help […]

Etiquette Tips to Keep in Mind for Funerals, Cremations and Memorials

By | December 24th, 2018 | Leave a comment | Posted under: cremation

If you’re planning to attend a funeral, memorial or cremation service in Botkins, OH to support a friend whose relative has died, you’ll want to provide moral support. But there are things to be mindful of as it relates to etiquette at events to honor the deceased. Here are some tips.   Dress Appropriately  Telling people what they […]

5 Things to Say to Someone After Cremation Services

By | December 17th, 2018 | Leave a comment | Posted under: cremation

When someone you know loses a family member, you’ll want to be there for them. There are lots of ways you can show you care. You can help cover final services costs, offer to do some chores and even bring by some food so that they don’t have to worry about cooking. But there’s one thing you definitely […]