What is “Peace of Mind”?

Posted on November 16, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Most Common Questions, Pre-Planning

When you see the term pre-planning, usually shortly behind you will see that it “brings peace of mind.” But what exactly does that mean? And what exactly is pre-planning? Pre-planning, or sometimes called, pre-arranging your funeral simply means sitting down with a Licensed Funeral Director or a Licensed Pre-Need Counselor and putting your final wishes […]

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What Happens Now? Legally.

Posted on October 5, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Most Common Questions, Pre-Planning

Recently, I was able to speak with Cindy Nelson, Attorney at Law and founder of Nelson Elder Care Law located in Marietta and Woodstock. Our main focus was discussing what legal processes happen after someone passes. Working in a Funeral Home, I hear words like notifying Social Security, Probating the Will, Advanced Healthcare Directive, among […]

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Actions Speak Louder than Words

Posted on August 17, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under General, Grief Help

When you are sick or grieving the loss of a loved one, it can be crazy how many times you will hear, “let me know if you need anything” or “I wish there was something I could do.” All of which are nice thoughts, but often times those who have been in your shoes before […]

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Value in 2020

Posted on July 20, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
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Value in Funeral Service During a Pandemic 2020 is only a little over halfway over. I know… I hate being the one to remind you. 2020 has been a year of uncertainty and crippling times. I have heard over and over people saying, “Is it 2021, yet?” I don’t want to be the bearer of […]

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A Fatherless Father’s Day

Posted on June 15, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under General, Grief

  Father’s Day is another day of the year that is intended to be a time of happiness and to bring families together, but instead, it can be a reminder of loss or sadness. For those who have lost a father or fathers who have lost a child, this can be a very difficult time. […]

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