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Funeral Director Facts

Posted on November 5, 2015 by Cameron Naugle | Leave a comment
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There are a lot of myths and really, really bad information out there about death, dying, funerals, and funeral directors/morticians. The reality is, people who work in funeral service are some of the most caring  people you will ever meet. Just the other day someone said to me, ” I guess you have to be […]

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Trust Me, I’m a Funeral Director

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That’s exactly what people do every, single, day when they walk through the door. You trust Funeral Directors to guide you through some of the most difficult times of your life. You trust Funeral Directors to care for your deceased loved one, and that’s a huge honour. Each day people walk through the doors of the funeral […]

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The Sympathy Note: Advice from the Art of Manliness Blog

Posted on October 30, 2015 by Cameron Naugle | Leave a comment
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The Sympathy Note: Advice from the Art of Manliness Blog In previous posts, I have shared some of my own thoughts and the work of others on the very important topic of what to say to the grieving. Yesterday on the consistently useful and interesting “Art of Manliness” website, writers Brett and Kate McKay gave […]

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Funeral Arrangement – How to Plan

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By Karen Zinn Now what? What do you need to know? Where do you begin? According to Peggy Post, Director of the The Emily Post® Institute, it’s always best to discuss your wishes well before you are on your deathbed. Try to have an open line of communication about your wishes and find out what […]

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Repass (Repast) or Funeral Reception – What You Need to Know

Posted on October 26, 2015 by Cameron Naugle | 1 Comment
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What is a Repast After a Funeral? When someone dies, the family hosts a repast. It is usually less formal than an actual funeral service or memorial and much more informal. It’s common for anyone who attended to join in on this gathering. Funeral repast has long been a tradition to honor the deceased with […]

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