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Funeral Webcast: What You Need to Know

It's never an easy process to plan out a funeral for someone who has passed away, and it becomes even more difficult when deciding how they should be remembered by family, friends, acquaintances etc. The traditional way of holding a funeral typically involves having many guests travel from out-of-town or out-of-state for the event. However, COVID restrictions now mean that many people are unable to attend funerals in person. This article is about the process of how to set up all the necessary equipment to broadcast a funeral on the internet through your webcam as well as some tips for broadcasting an event. Read More 

Understanding the Roles of Your Funeral Director

When you have the death of a family member, one of the people you will come in direct contact with is a funeral director. If you have never had to deal with this issue, you may not understand what the role of a funeral director is compared to the other members of the staff. Here are a few things to understand about the role of a funeral director in regards to your loved one's service. Read More 

3 Inexpensive Headstone Materials

Cost is arguably the first thing that people look at when choosing a headstone material. Although most people do not mind splurging on a loved one's grave, spending reasonably is crucial. For instance, there is no need to spend on an expensive headstone if you'll still need to spend a fortune on maintenance costs. Luckily, there is a variety of inexpensive headstone materials to choose from. Read on to find out. Read More 

What Should You Do When Your Preferred Cemetery Is Filling Up

The lack of cemetery space is already an issue in Australia, and it's one that is becoming worse each year. It's thought that Sydney will exhaust its available burial sites by 2050. This is already a problem in other parts of the country, and many cities are trying to come up with solutions. Perhaps you're considering where your own final resting place will be, or perhaps it's a conversation you've had with a family member or friend. Read More 

Vital Aspects to Understand Before Choosing Cremation

Australians today prefer cremation over the traditional burials. Most of the funeral services in the metropolitan areas are cremations. Many people choose cremation services due to the increase in the cost of the burial grounds. Yet, making a choice is not easy. You will need to take various factors into account when deciding if cremation is the best option. The good thing with cremation is that you can design any funeral or memorial service you want. Read More 

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Managing funerals for people missing at sea

My uncle disappeared one day after rock fishing. It was really hard for my aunt because there was not a body to bury, but it was pretty clear that he had been swept out to sea. It turns out that this happens a lot, especially with sailors and people who spend a lot of time on boats. The funeral home organised a beautiful memorial service so that we could have a chance to say goodbye. It was a really beautiful ceremony and very true to his spirit and personality. This blog is all about ceremonies for people who are missing and has tips from experts as well as people who've gone through the experience of losing a loved one.

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Funeral Webcast: What You Need to Know
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It's never an easy process to plan out a funeral f

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28 January 2021

When you have the death of a family member, one of

3 Inexpensive Headstone Materials
26 October 2020

Cost is arguably the first thing that people look

What Should You Do When Your Preferred Cemetery Is Filling Up
2 July 2020

The lack of cemetery space is already an issue in

Vital Aspects to Understand Before Choosing Cremation
23 April 2020

Australians today prefer cremation over the tradit