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Advance Funeral Planning for Baby Boomers: Personalization Considerations

As more and more Baby Boomers plan their own final arrangements, traditional funeral services are being replaced by highly personalized life celebrations.   Read More

Advance Funeral Planning Makes Financial Sense

While saving your loved ones from making difficult decisions at an already difficult time, planning your funeral in advance also makes good financial sense.   Read More

After All These Years, You Still Want to be Together Always

Should you move more than 75 miles from where your original arrangements were made, your prearranged funeral, cremation or cemetery plan will be honored by any Dignity Memorial provider throughout North America.   Read More

At 3:30 a.m., Who Do You Reach For?

When traditional support like family or clergy is unavailable, you and your family are invited to use our toll-free Compassion Helpline for up to one year.   Read More

At the Grave of a Brother or Sister

O merciful God, standing here at the grave of my dear brother (sister), I fondly recollect the happy years we spent together, sharing the love and traditions of our home and family...  Read More

At the Grave of a Husband

O God, behold and see the sorrow of my heart. Widowed and bereft I mourn the loss of the dear companion of my heart. Thou sleep beneath this tomb, dear husband, and while thou cannot hear me, neither can thou see my tears...  Read More

At the Grave of a Mother

Lord, my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty; neither do I exercise myself in things too great, or in things too wonderful for me. Surely I have stilled and quieted my soul...  Read More

At the Grave of a Wife

With a sorrowing heart, O beloved wife, I fondly recall your love and companionship, your tenderness and devotion and the many comforts and joys you brought into my life...  Read More

Caring for a Veteran: Understanding Their Unique Needs and Your Own

As a person who loves a veteran, you may find that you need the same things non-veterans and their families need when a loss is experienced: comfort, sympathy, emotional support of friends and family, knowledge, coping skills, time, and healing. You may also discover that the military culture may create special grief needs. You may be aware of the importance of the service that your loved one provided for our country, but you may not be aware that you too have served.   Read More

Ching Ming, or Qingming

Qingming, also known as Clear Bright Day, Ancestors Day or Tomb Sweeping Day, is one of the most important festivals in Chinese culture.  Read More

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