When you’re doing funeral pre-planning, one of the things you have to consider is your end-of-life arrangements. It can be confusing because there are many choices for your final resting place. The most traditional are burial plots with gravestones. Alternatively, there’s also a more ornate mausoleum. Though these are not as popular, this is an option for people who do not wish to be buried underground. If you’re looking for more info on mausoleums, you’ve come to the right place as we’ll discuss it in detail below. Read more
The death of a loved one is undoubtedly one of the most difficult events any human being will ever face. And what makes it harder for the ones left behind is when they have to plan a beautiful funeral amidst their cloud of grief. That’s why for some people, there is value in thinking ahead and making advanced funeral preparations. After all, death is an eventuality that everyone will face someday. Read more
Everyone knows that planning a funeral is stressful. Aside from dealing with the grief over the loss of your loved one, you have to worry about the associated costs of planning the burial and funeral services.
Although you can work with a funeral director to curate an affordable service that honors your loved one, you must face some unavoidable expenses that all families must pay for. In the instance where the departed doesn’t have insurance, the loved ones cover the costs. This huge financial expense is a burden that can cause strain for the ones left behind. Read more
Are you in charge of planning a funeral for a loved one? You will certainly have many things on your to-do list, and one of them is the epitaph. This is the inscription on the headstone or grave marker that honors the memory of the departed. The use of these epitaphs can be traced back to ancient Egypt, Greek, and Roman Empires circa the 1700s. Read more
When planning a funeral, one of the most important decisions you will make is how to mark the gravesite. Choosing a well-designed headstone, monument, or funeral marker for the memorial site is vital because you must create something that reflects the life and legacy of your deceased loved one. Apart from marking the grave, it must withstand the harsh elements and test of time.
Losing a loved one is devastating. To make things worse, incurring massive financial setbacks is also a huge possibility after death, especially if there’s no emergency fund or insurance in place. Enduring financial hardships because of the demise of your loved one can be brutal. However, funeral planning doesn’t have to break the bank. You can plan an affordable but meaningful funeral without overspending. Read more
When it comes to funerals, there are a few key individuals that we all expect to be there. You’ve got the funeral director at the helm and the officiant who will give the final words. However, we must not forget to thank other individuals who work hard to make sure the funeral services are smooth.
If you are funeral planning, don’t forget to keep them in mind when extending appreciation or sending out thank you notes. Here are five other individuals that you may not have realized are involved in planning a touching and successful service commemorating your departed loved one:
We live in a digital world with over 5 billion people owning a mobile device. Within this gadget, you will find at least two social media apps everyone uses to connect with others. Of course, staying on social media has become a new way of life where we have fun and learn what’s happening worldwide. Read more
One thing that is never guaranteed to any person is time. We live day-to-day with no knowledge of the future and possible outcomes. Because time is so hard to control, we can never be certain about the things that will occur even a minute from now. Even if you live a healthy lifestyle, you could run into an accident in a split second. Unfortunately, your family suffers when your life suddenly runs its full course abruptly. Read more
Goodbyes are always difficult. Period. Saying goodbye to a person you love under normal circumstances is already rough. After all, no one wants to be separated from a person they hold dear. However, saying goodbye to someone who is dying from a terminal illness or a person who is suddenly in palliative care because of an accident or stroke makes goodbyes even more heartbreaking. How do you say goodbye when you know you will be planning a funeral soon? When you know that this goodbye will be final and forever, what words can you say? If you need help, consider the following suggestions to help you and your beloved find peace while there’s still time left. Read more
Chris Silverthorne – Owner
Funeral Establishment Operator FE-1001
Tranquility Funeral Services
2390 Haines Road, Unit 14
Mississauga, ON L4Y 1Y6
TEL: (905) 855-7565