Catch up on the Christman’s Chronicles

Christman’s Funeral Home director Greg Vaitl shares a regular column with LebTown readers about what to do when the unimaginable happens.

A meaningful dialog with the families Christman’s serves is extremely important to all concerned. Read the previous Christman’s Chronciles below, and for more information about Christman’s Funeral Home, visit their website or give them a call at (717) 272-7431.

Christman’s Chronicles: The Perfect Farewell

Christman’s Chronicles: Funeral Etiquette

Christman’s Chronicles: The Role of The Funeral Director

Christman’s Chronicles: Death by Suicide

Christman’s Chronicles: Laughter can indeed be the best medicine

Christman’s Chronicles: After the cremation decision is final, what next?

Christman’s Chronicles: What is the value of holding a funeral service?

Christman’s Chronicles: This Veteran’s Day, pause and pray for our deceased military friends and their families

Christman’s Chronicles: Always the same, always different

Christman’s Chronicles: When is a fish tank not a fish tank?

Christman’s Chronicles: What do we mean by the perfect farewell?

Christman’s Chronicles: A guide to funeral etiquette

Christman’s Chronicles: Filling the void after the service

Christman’s Chronicles: How our funeral home is responding to COVID-19

Christman’s Chronicles: Our community will get through this together

Christman’s Chronicles: Thank you for your service

Christman’s Chronicles: Complicated deaths and complicated grief

Christman’s Chronicles: Remember our deceased military friends and family on special holidays

Christman’s Chronicles: Explaining military flag folding for Flag Day awareness

Christman’s Chronicles: Adjusting to the new reality

Christman’s Chronicles: What should I do with cremated remains?

Christman’s Chronicles: What do we mean by ‘The Perfect Farewell’?

Christman’s Chronicles: You are in charge of our reputation

Christman’s Chronicles: How many stages are there for grief and loss?

Christman’s Chronicles: Facing loss due to suicide

Christman’s Chronicles: Denial and Isolation

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