Funeral Home Etiquette 

Posted on December 24th, 2018
Posted by Cameron Naugle under Funeral Etiquette
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Funeral homes in Fruit Cove, FL and beyond can be very intimidating. From the loss itself to the somewhat ubiquitous rules, it’s tough to understand and properly execute all the funeral home traditions and social constructs, which is hard enough.    If you haven’t been to many funeral homes before, it can be hard to know exactly what […]

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The best place to play Pokemon Go is pretty creepy

Posted on July 27th, 2016
Posted by Cameron Naugle under Funeral Etiquette, Gravestones
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**Before enjoying this article** Though interesting, we at Naugle Funeral Home do not recommend going into cemeteries with the sole purpose to catch Pokemon, nor would we ever condone trespassing onto closed cemetery property to hunt for Pokemon during the night. Please remember to be respectful to families in mourning, and never disrupt any sort […]

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Participation is powerful: Part 1

Posted on March 22nd, 2016
Posted by Cameron Naugle under Funeral Etiquette, Funeral Planning, Grief, Sympathy, Therapy
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https://www.dailyundertaker.com/2008/08/participation-is-powerful.html   Participation is powerful. Often, children lack an opportunity to truly participate in the funeral services for their loved ones. When I was 8 and my brother 9, our father died after a few months of illness. Our mother was insightful enough to arrange for us to participate with readings during the service, and […]

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“I wish I’d spoken at my father’s funeral”

Posted on February 15th, 2016
Posted by Cameron Naugle under Funeral Etiquette, Funeral Planning, Grief, Sympathy, Therapy
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Here is some great advice on giving eulogies from Olivia Mitchell. As she mentions, you only get one chance to do this, so don’t pass it up if at all possible. A professional oration is never expected, but an honest, personal reflection can make a funeral meaningful and healing. I wish I’d spoken at my […]

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Funeral Etiquette – By The Lady At Death’s Door

Posted on January 20th, 2016
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https://theladyatdeathsdoor.wordpress.com/2015/11/05/funeral-etiquette/ First of all, know that your presence is what’s most important. That you care enough to show up, says that you are a true friend, and that you wish to pay your respects. What to Wear Something your granny would approve of. If a woman’s high heels are such that they make her legs […]

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