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Staying farewell in style

My grandmother was a really stylish old woman. Even when she was sick and when she got frail, she'd still always look perfect and she'd never go anywhere without her lipstick looking immaculate! It was hard to say goodbye to her because she was such a spunky old lady. I knew that she would want her funeral to be a reflection of her style and personality. The funeral did an awesome job and made sure every detail was perfect. It's never great to say goodbye to someone that you love that much, but knowing she'd approve of the funeral did make the day go a little easier.

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A cemetery monument is designed to be a marker and a tribute for a loved one that has died. Choosing the perfect memorial for your loved one is not always the easiest decision to make. However, if you are aware of the different design options that are available, you have the ability to make a much more informed decision. There are a variety of design options for cemetery monuments that are more popular than others. Read More 

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A funeral service marks the last sendoff for a loved one and though sorrowful, nothing should stop you from making it befitting and unforgettable. Funeral homes help mourners with the things they need to make sure they provide the funeral service they desire for the dead. Once you've made up your mind on whether you want the deceased buried or cremated, a funeral home will help you do the rest: Read More 

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