Under normal conditions, planning a funeral is already a big responsibility that entails a lot of work. But what if you have to plan a virtual funeral for whatever reason like illness or military service? Of course, you want as many loved ones to be there and commemorate the deceased, even if only in spirit. It may seem like an impossible task to coordinate a virtual service, but it’s doable. 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
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
Chris Silverthorne – Owner
Funeral Establishment Operator FE-1001
Tranquility Funeral Services
2390 Haines Road, Unit 14
Mississauga, ON L4Y 1Y6
TEL: (905) 855-7565