Ideas for Memorializing Your Loved One After The Service

By: David Tindall
Monday, October 29, 2018

Tindall Funeral Home has been around since 1904 and is located in Syracuse NY. We have always been dedicated to providing our services to those going through challenging times. Our reputation has been built on our compassion, professionalism, and the way we honor the trust placed in us by the community. We are committed to continue providing excellent services.

We make it our main goal to provide quality funeral and cremation services at affordable rates for everyone. Our At-Need and Pre-Need Prices are guaranteed. We understand that memorializing your loved one after the service will fill you with peace and happiness. Here are some options for you to browse through and choose the one you like the most.

Unique Ways to Remember Your Loved One

Plant a Tree

An interesting and beautiful way to memorialize a loved one is by planting a tree in their memory. You can even bury some of the ashes in the ground and plant the tree over them. The tree will offer you a peaceful place to visit and be reminded of the memories you and your loved one shared together for the years to come. It is also very beneficial for the environment and planting a new tree or seed symolizes the life and death cycle.

Memorial Jewelry

Memorial Jewelry is another option you can choose. This is a great way to keep your loved ones with you always and at all times. Frames and photos are an excellent way to depict the full life lead by your loved one and to show personal moments and memories. There are so many things that one can do with photographs.

Creating a collage, framed displays, or a scrapbook are common ideas as well. You can also come up with your own ideas and customize or personalize it to make it all the more meaningful. No matter how you choose to memorialize your loved one, as long as you choose it as you want, it will be meaningful.

If you have any questions about grief resources or if you want to know more about our funeral services, feel free to contact us at Tindall Funeral Home today and we’ll be happy to help with all your specific needs.

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