Funeral Etiquette

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2 Responses to Funeral Etiquette

  1. Tiyan January 21, 2013 at 3:15 pm #

    You may decide to have your pet creeatmd. There are pet urns available from the basic to the exquisite. Lovely ceramic or precious wood and marble are used to create the perfect pet urns for your pet to rest in. It is possible to find pet urns and pet memorials online. There are items that can be personalized with your pets name or photograph or both. The name of the beloved pet can be inscribed on the urn and it is possible to find vendors who will allow you to write your own poem or a custom paint figurine.

  2. Cathy Miller February 6, 2013 at 1:59 am #

    Getting in touch with the bereaved family and sending condolences will let them know your sincerity and support. Also, volunteering some work in the house will provide comfort. I know the family will not say anything if you will ask them “If there’s anything I can do, please let me know” so it’s better if you take some action. This is especially helpful if you find the obvious tasks are being handled already.