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Can I “Split” Cremated Remains Into More Than One Urn?

Do you need to split the remains of a deceased loved one? You certainly can! There are several regulations governing ash spreading, but none governing ash division. Following a loved one's crematio...
By David Tindall
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Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Are All Caskets The Same Size?

At Tindall Funeral Home, most clients question whether all caskets are of the same dimension. The answer to it is no. A standard-sized one would generally work fine should you need it for a decease...
By David Tindall
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Friday, February 18, 2022

Ambiguous Grief And How To Deal With It

Human beings are capable of experiencing sadness in various ways and for different causes. The most easily understood type of grief is induced by losing a loved one. Death is final; those grieving ...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Friday, January 28, 2022

5 Interesting Facts About Cremation

Cremation is becoming an increasingly popular method of disposition over traditional burial in recent times. People from different faiths and religions are taking an interest in it. We at Tindall F...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Comfort Food Ideas For The Grieving

When someone is grieving, the last thing on their mind is food. In times of acute grief, it is very typical to skip meals or consume lesser quantities, affecting the mourning person's phy...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Saturday, January 1, 2022

Managing Grief During The Holidays

Happy family, delectable food, and exquisitely wrapped presents make holidays cheerful and amazing, but not always. If you have recently lost a dear one, navigating this period may be quite di...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Making Sense of Intense Emotions

Life is full of lovely and inspiring things, but it is also full of loss. The loss of a loved one might elicit strong feelings of melancholy. At Tindall Funeral Home, we have seen that bereavement ...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Friday, November 26, 2021

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Can I “Split” Cremated Remains Into More Than One Urn?

Do you need to split the remains of a deceased loved one? You certainly can! There are several regulations governing ash spreading, but none governing ash division. Following a loved one's crematio...

Are All Caskets The Same Size?

At Tindall Funeral Home, most clients question whether all caskets are of the same dimension. The answer to it is no. A standard-sized one would generally work fine should you need it for a decease...

Ambiguous Grief And How To Deal With It

Human beings are capable of experiencing sadness in various ways and for different causes. The most easily understood type of grief is induced by losing a loved one. Death is final; those grieving ...

5 Interesting Facts About Cremation

Cremation is becoming an increasingly popular method of disposition over traditional burial in recent times. People from different faiths and religions are taking an interest in it. We at Tindall F...

Comfort Food Ideas For The Grieving

When someone is grieving, the last thing on their mind is food. In times of acute grief, it is very typical to skip meals or consume lesser quantities, affecting the mourning person's phy...

Managing Grief During The Holidays

Happy family, delectable food, and exquisitely wrapped presents make holidays cheerful and amazing, but not always. If you have recently lost a dear one, navigating this period may be quite di...

Making Sense of Intense Emotions

Life is full of lovely and inspiring things, but it is also full of loss. The loss of a loved one might elicit strong feelings of melancholy. At Tindall Funeral Home, we have seen that bereavement ...