2020

Two Tips Those Arranging Funerals for Distant Relatives

If a person outlives all of their immediate family members and friends and then passes away, their funeral may have to be arranged by a distant relative. If you have found out that someone you were distantly related to has died and you need to handle the funeral arrangements, these tips should help you with the challenges of doing this for someone you were not close to. Visit their home to look for clues as to what approach you should take to the funeral arranging Read More 

3 Questions to Help You Choose a Monument Headstone for the Deceased

Losing a loved one is the most traumatising things to happen to anyone. But when it happens, one must do anything possible to give the deceased a decent send-off and get something to remind them about the good life they shared with them. A good headstone is among the things you shouldn't forget when planning a memorial service for your loved one. Monument headstones come in different styles, and family members choose them based on various aspects. Read More 

Two Tips for Those Who Are Unable to Attend the Funeral of a Loved One

If you are living overseas and will not be able to travel home in time for the funeral of a loved one, here are some ideas that could help you with this issue. Find out if the funeral home staff could live stream the funeral If you had a strong bond with the deceased and their immediate family, then the thought of missing out on a chance to be present at their funeral could be devastating. Read More