Lesser-Known Roles of a Cremation Funeral Director

Cremation has increasingly become popular over the last couple of years with most funeral homes offering the service to clients. In most funeral homes, cremation funeral directors are the point of contact until after a funeral service. Some of the most common roles of a cremation funeral director include scheduling cremations and funeral services, comforting families, and monitoring cremation services to ensure compliance. However, some roles are unknown to most clients. [Read More]

5 Steps for Ordering a Headstone for Your Deceased Loved One

One of the many things that you might have to do after losing a loved one is order a customised headstone for them. If this is something that you still need to get done, then you might be wondering which steps you will need to take. These are the five steps that you will need to follow when ordering a headstone for your deceased loved one. 1. Contact the Cemetery [Read More]

Why You Should Consider What Funeral Preparations You Want Before Someone Has Passed Away

It is never easy to try and picture a funeral and how it should look like while a loved one is still alive. Putting this off until it actually comes to pass is very common, but this also leaves people in the lurch and struggling to make arrangements while making sure to remember everything. The very last thing you want is to forget an important part of the funeral and have that memory associated with what should be a solemn day of mourning. [Read More]

What You May Not Know About Broadcast Funeral Services

Broadcast funeral services or webcasting funeral services have become an increasingly popular option for several reasons. One of the reasons is to allow family members who cannot normally attend a funeral to attend from any location in the world. Though many people do understand the basics of funeral webcasting, they may not understand all of the aspects. Here are a few things you may not know about broadcast funeral services that can make a difference regarding if you choose this option for your loved one. [Read More]