We have fielded many “never faced this before” questions the last couple of years. Here are a few we share with you in this Chronicle, to help you understand that you are not alone.
There is something extra special about the honor of serving military families to create a celebration of life of a person who unselfishly served our country, so the rest of us could live in safety and freedom.
Without exaggeration, grief due to the loss of a loved one has been especially challenging, due to the added restrictions attached to living through the pandemic.
You tell your story, we listen, and then we use our experience to create the Perfect Farewell service for you or your loved one.
Losing a loved one is difficult in any situation, but can be especially hard when the deceased is a brother or sister.
More and more people are creating advance plans for their own funerals.
Grief is the “tax,” but it is paid with love and remembrance to an unforgettable person who was an important part of your life.
When we meet with a grieving family immediately after the loss of a loved one, we always focus on the inevitable question of What do I do next? The one given in these situations is our commitment to making the decision meaningful.
We understand that grief can become all consuming when a loved one is lost. As time passes, the toll it takes on you physically can be detrimental to your long-term health.
Christman’s Funeral Home is dedicated to help you create “the Perfect Farewell” for your loved one, and scattering cremated remains is one of many options they assist you with.
The last thing grieving family members are ready to hear is any suggestion that they are no longer connected to the deceased.
Our advice, based on the experience of many situations involving the loss of a loved one, is to do your homework before the event takes place.
Grief is the natural byproduct of the experience, but it is also important that you do not neglect your own personal health and well-being during this difficult time.
We can all embrace a sense of optimism that the pandemic will subside once the vaccine delivery becomes more widespread, but in the meantime, we continue to be very conscious of giving proper guidance to the individuals and families we serve.
Behold is an ancient word that appears many times in the Bible. Behold also fits our idea of the Perfect Farewell.