Mysendoff.com recognizes the compassionate caregiving that funeral professionals provide their families. As a tribute to their passion and lifetime commitment to being caregivers for those that have left and those left behind, we have created this poem in their honor.
Survivors inscribe each MemryStone with a personal message, they then place the ceramic with the deceased and it travels through the entire cremation process. The MemryStones change appearance, yet return intact with the final remains. In this way MemryStones meet three important needs.
St. Patrick’s Day is renowned for celebrating all things Irish because as everyone knows, the Irish know how to throw a party. They even manage to add a little partying into their funeral life celebrations with their traditional Irish Wakes.
We have all seen the life insurance TV commercials airing across North America that say, “Funerals are expensive, and the price of an average funeral can cost over ten thousand dollars.”
Should obituaries for pets be placed alongside that of humans in a newspaper?
It seems on the surface, the matter of including pets in the obituary section of a newspaper is one that shouldn’t be up for debate.
As a funeral service professional, we hope that you take a few moments to read this story and if you feel that the message explaining the true vale of funeral service is important enough, then we invite you to share this story.
It is one of the most densely populated areas of the world and recognized as one of the world’s leading international financial centers. With a population of over 7.1 million, a skyline of glitzy skyscrapers, space in Hong Kong has increasingly become scarce. While developers are being pushed out of packed central locations, one London and Hong Kong-based architecture firm, known as BREADstudio has offered one solution for conserving property.
“A well-planned funeral also helps you know ‘what to do’ when you do not know what to do.” – Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt, from Understanding Your Grief. To listen to him speak, Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt is soft-spoken. His words are precise.
It’s been featured on Ripley’s Believe It or Not in 2005, written about in numerous tourism websites, brochures and books, including Ohio Oddities: A Guide to the Curious Attractions of the Buckeye State by Neil Zurcher, and contains over 1500 original pieces of funeral memorabilia.
Death. Unless it’s on the big screen or in a 500-page novel, no one wants to really talk about it. As a writer, I kill people all the time – on paper. I think of what’s going to happen to the character leading up to their demise and what happens to those afterward who are left behind. It’s fun, because it’s fiction.