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It isn’t true that you have to get over it. It isn’t even true that you have to want to. No one else can understand what you have lost. No one else can bear the burden of your tribute to a love, to a life, to an identity now gone. What a privilege it is to feel deeply.
Shopping for Christmas gifts is such a hard thing to do… especially if the person you’re shopping for is a busy funeral professional.
The whole family was there, though, and everyone was eating well and giving long, wordless hugs, and you could feel how lucky everyone was, even in their loss. Some people have no one to hold onto when they’re crying.
Shares of Fu Shou Yuan International Group Ltd, China’s largest provider of funeral services, soared as much as 66 percent in their Hong Kong trading debut on Thursday.
The Amarillo Globe News reports that ‘Til We Meet Again, a retailer of caskets, urns and cremation jewelry, has opened its fourth location in Westgate Mall in Amarillo, Texas. According to the store’s website, the other three locations are also in malls.
After 170 days of being humbugged by Service Corporation International, locked out Teamster funeral directors and drivers hope to bring some Christmas cheer to SCI CEO Thomas L. Ryan with two tickets to the Goodman Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol.”
After reading the below article we thought you could easily sub-out the words ‘Young woman’ in the title below and replace with ‘funeral director’ and this article could be used as a cautionary tale for the profession.
When Ben Nunery and his wife Ali got married in 2009, they had just closed on their new house, so they took the opportunity to take their wedding photos in the empty home. Just four and a half years later, after Ali’s tragic death from cancer at at the age of 31 in 2011, these special photos were created as a way to remember the happy times
It’s been called ‘Selfiegate’. President Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Denmark’s Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt snapped a selfie that caused the media to lose their collective mind. Not only was it a polarizing picture for some, First Lady Michelle Obama was captured with a stern expression on her face.