A Fatherless Father’s Day

Posted on June 15, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
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  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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Remembering Her…

Posted on May 9, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | 3 Comments
Posted under Grief, Women & Grief

Mother’s Day comes every year and is a time to celebrate the Mother’s in our life. This may be a mom, stepmom, grandmother, aunt, or even a daughter. For some, this may be the first Mother’s Day without that special person, making it a day of grief and sorrow instead of happiness and celebration. And […]

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Mourning During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on April 8, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | 1 Comment
Posted under General, Grief, Health & Wellness

  As everyone is currently aware, the Covid-19 Pandemic we are all facing has changed every aspect of our normal, everyday lives. Those that are sick and in the hospital, in a hospice facility, or in a nursing home are most likely not allowed visitors and if they are lucky, it is most likely only […]

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COVID-19 at Mayes Ward-Dobbins

Posted on March 19, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
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What is Mayes Ward-Dobbins doing for COVID-19?   The Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is affecting the daily lives of citizens, schools, graduations, businesses, as well as the funeral industry. This is uncharted territory for everyone, and we are all doing the best we can to follow government recommendations and protocols. Some of you […]

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Creating A Warm Atmosphere

Posted on January 10, 2020 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under General, Grief Help, Uncategorized

Often when you think of a funeral service or a memorial service, the first thing that comes to mind is sad, dreadful, tear-filled, mourning, or more simply put, “depressing.” While all of these terms may be true, the reason we hold these services is to remember our loved one and to honor the life they […]

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