How to write an obituary

How to write an obituary…

Posted on September 9, 2015 by J. Chad Pendley | Leave a comment
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Obituary, Death Notice, Memorial Advertisement or whichever term you prefer is a notice that is placed in local publications that can serve different purposes.  Writing an obituary can be one of the last things that you can do to honor a loved one and a privilege that should be cherished.  Obituaries often announce the passing […]

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Church or the Chapel?

Posted on December 12, 2014 by J. Chad Pendley | Leave a comment
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There are many decisions that need to be made at our arrangement table and one of those that causes a lot of discussion and consideration is the place of the service.  Today with the progressive views on how services should be conducted, there are many options available for those making this decision.  20 years ago […]

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How to choose a Funeral Home?

Posted on November 7, 2014 by J. Chad Pendley | 3 Comments
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There are many things for you to consider when you are deciding on what funeral care provider you should use.  It is very important to choose a funeral home that can meet all of your requirements and provide the level of service that you are looking for and for the price that you can afford. […]

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Shedding some light on Embalming and those who Embalm…

Posted on September 27, 2014 by J. Chad Pendley | 10 Comments
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Whenever I get the opportunity to meet new people while I am out and about there is always a point in the conversation when “the” question will come up… “So, what do you do for a living?” As I have evolved thorough my career I have developed good answers that might not ruin dinner for […]

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Open Casket or Closed Casket?

Posted on September 1, 2014 by J. Chad Pendley | 2 Comments
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Another decision that we help families in making when planning a funeral is whether or not to have an open casket.  Most of the time this is an option that we encourage at least with just the family and sometimes also for the public, there are sometimes when this could actually pose an issue.  I want to […]

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