The standard pose for the dead at their burial service — lying in the casket, hands crossed at the belly-button — is changing. So we ask you: Would you want to be embalmed in a posed position for your funeral? Please answer below!
The newly redesigned website for Inman Shipping goes live today on the world wide web. Inmanshippingworldwide.com aims to extend the reach of it’s services with new features and expanded content. “Our online visitors will now experience a more vibrant view of Inman Shipping Worldwide,” says David McComb owner and CEO of DW McComb Group.
Every funeral is different and unique to that family and we would never judge their choices – but these are the 14 most unusual funeral songs.
This ad comes from Seasons Funerals in Australia – you know, the funeral home responsible for the naked cremation ad.
Do you think funeral homes charge too much for their merchandise and services?
Tender is the story of one community teaching itself how to be as present in death as we have learnt to become in birth. They are not trained or equipped but they are willing to learn and what they learn they share throughout this film; during which one of their most loved members is diagnosed with lung cancer. Tender Funerals will be a not-for-profit venture.
This images explains how these ten simple everyday things lower your life span.
Which one is most surprising to you?
Before Miriam Burbank’s daughters buried her, they decided to have one last party in memory of their mom for friends and family.
FrontRunner Professional has issued a warning to its clients after reports about fraudulent solicitations from individuals claiming to be, or implying that they are, representatives of FrontRunner. The emergence of this concerning practice is both alarming and unacceptable.
Meet The 16-Year-Old Girl Who Lost Her Battle With Thyroid Cancer — And Inspired ‘The Fault In Our Stars’
The character of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a 16-year-old battling cancer in the new film ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ based on the book of the same title, is played by Shailene Woodley.
But Woodley’s character channels someone else, someone real; a young woman named Esther Earl from Beverly, Massachusetts, who lost her battle to thyroid cancer in August of 2010. Earl was 16 when she died.