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What Do I Do With The Ashes After Cremation?

In the case of cremation, the decedent’s family has to decide what they want to do with the ashes. Some people preplan their cremation and mention this aspect in the contract and the family can fol...
By David Tindall
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Friday, September 17, 2021

Meaningful Gift Ideas For Someone Who Has Recently Lost Someone

When a person is grieving, they require some support from people around them. Dealing with the death of someone in the family can be a challenging phase. At Tindall Funeral Home, we have seen that ...
By David Tindall
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Monday, August 30, 2021

4 Types Of Cremation: Understanding The Differences

After a person’s death, you can either bury or cremate the body. The former is the conventional way to dispose of the body and cremation is a relatively new concept. At Tindall Funeral Home, we hav...
By David Tindall
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Friday, August 20, 2021

Do Women Serve As Pall Bearers At A Funeral?

At most funerals, it is common to see men carrying the casket, which raises the question- Do women serve as pallbearers at a funeral? At Tindall Funeral Home, clients sometimes ask us this question...
By David Tindall
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Wednesday, July 28, 2021

What is Cremation Jewelry

When you lose a loved one, dealing with the grief is only one aspect. The situation is incredibly difficult because death has a certainty to it and you know that you will never set eyes on the pers...
By David Tindall
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Monday, July 19, 2021

Creative Ideas for Funeral Services

How people look at death and grieve when they lose a loved one has changed significantly over the years. Tindall Funeral Home has seen that clients these days prefer to celebrate the life of their ...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Sending Flowers to the Bereaved

Sending flowers along with a thoughtful condolence note is a simple way to express your support to grieving family members. Different types of flowers convey thoughtfulness, empathy, and comfort. T...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Previous Posts

Honoring and Coping with the Loss of Loved One

It is vital to find different ways to keep the memory of a loved one alive after their death. Dealing with the loss can become an uphill task for you and other members of your family. However, we a...

Cremation: The Advantages and Disadvantages

We all have to pass at some point in time but most people are not very comfortable with discussing anything related to death and dying. This aspect is slowly changing over time. We at Tindall Funer...

Irrevocable Pre-Need Arrangements

A funeral services package, or pre-need arrangement, is a pre-paid agreement between a person and a funeral home. It details the funeral arrangements for that individual upon their demise. It&...

Celebration Of Life Vs. Funerals

Many funeral services adhere to a set style. The service includes traditional eulogies, hymns, and prayers, and it follows a very predictable format. The main aim of holding a funeral service is to...

What Is The Philosophy Of Hospice Care?

Sometimes death is slow, unavoidable, and emotionally exhausting. It takes a toll on both the patient and their family members, making it the most difficult journey for those involved. The way we c...

Celebrant Or Clergy Member, Which Should I Choose, And Why?

Funerals are planned events arranged to help people say goodbye to loved ones who have died. A celebrant or clergy member is an integral part of this event because they provide support and war...

Understanding Funeral Pricing

Planning and organizing a funeral is an intimidating prospect, especially if you have never done it before. Most family members are worried about the costs involved and don’t understand funeral pri...