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Posts made in December, 2015

Creative Ways to Memorialize a Loved One You Lost

By on Dec 25, 2015 in funeral planning, Funeral Planning News |

Grief is something you go through when you lose a loved one. Grief can tear you down or even make you more focused. When a person you loved passes away, you can decide to be creative in the way you remember him or her. While there are simple things you can do to honor a departed loved one, you also want to make sure you get through the trying moments by seeking help of funeral and cremation service in Oviedo FL. These are creative ways you can memorialize a deceased loved one during Memorial Day or throughout the year.   Writing an elegy talking about your loved one When you talk of an elegy, it may be a poem, free verse, or rhymed verse that laments losing a person. It tells the world things such as why the deceased was special to you. An elegy may end with some statement of hope as you seek comfort in grieving the loss.   Take the clothes of loved one and make a quilt You can be creative by wrapping up in a blanket when you feel like you’re missing your loved one. It will give you that hug you used to get from the departed loved one. Creating a no-sew or quilt blanket using the clothes of the person makes you establish a connection and find a way to deal with the grief. You may borrow ideas about the design by visiting Pinterest or crafting sites.   Plant a memory tree and garden You may create a garden or plant a memory tree at the back yard. In the garden, you may design a bench where you can always go to reminisce or reflect about the loved one. When you plant, water, tend, and care for the garden or tree, you’re paying tribute to the life of that person. In essence, you are celebrating the days you were together.   People who have experienced profound losses of loved ones navigate fear and bareness of grief in different ways as they honor the memory of deceased loved one. There are no grief experiences that are the same though denial, emotions of sadness, hope, and grief tend to be universal. You may want...

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Reasons Why Cremation Is Becoming More Popular

By on Dec 22, 2015 in Cremation, funeral planning, Funeral Planning News |

It’s no secret that cremation has been growing and many families are actually considering it. The life expectancy has been growing upward in the US and today, a person can expect to live more than 80 years. That’s good news, at least for now. What about if you die, what happens to your body? A cremation service provider in Orlando, FL can offer a helping hand during those trying moments when a loved member of the family dies.  Here are the reasons why families and individuals are opting for cremation.   The changing religious landscape In the late 1950’s, only very few people chose to be cremated when they passed. Today, the number who are cremated has risen. More people are declining to be involved in what may be called organized worship. There is less social pressure put on them to do things they feel burdening. Many people are going away from these religious ties and trying to have choices that favor them. This is one reason why cremation has become nore acceptable in the society today than before.   Cost effective way of saying bye to the deceased Cremation is cost effective when compared to cemetery service. There is no need for expensive caskets or land to bury the deceased.  Cremation is simple and allows the family to reduce the cost of saying bye to the deceased.   Personal preferences and choices People are able to dispose of the ashes in strange ways or the way the deceased wanted. Often, before people die, they would say what should be done with the ash when they are cremated. The family also can decide what to do with the ash. Their options are many including making ink using the ash to create memorial tattoos on skin or burying it in backyard. You may have the ash mixed with paint and used to create a memorable portrait of the deceased.   Reduce the burial cost of the deceased by opting for cremation. At Casket Gallery & Cremation Service, you may have your cremation organized by professionals to ensure you have an easy time during those difficult moments you have lost your loved one.    ...

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Casket Gallery And Cremation Services Helping Your Family Through Hard Times

By on Dec 1, 2015 in Cremation, Funeral Planning News |

At Casket Gallery and Cremation Services we want to provide you the best services available. We aim to help you take care of your loved ones and we are always patient with all of our customers. Our mission is to provide you with all your informational needs and to help you make the best choice for your burial merchandise.  Casket Gallery and Cremation Services is owned and managed by Bobby Thomas. Bobby is a retired military veteran who will always work with you through all of our services, from choosing a casket to our showroom in Orlando or at your home. We are always here to help you through this process.   Cremation: Many of our customers don’t know which route to choose: cremation or burial. However, at Casket Gallery and Cremation Services, we are here to answer all of your questions on our cremation services. Many people choose cremation for ample reasons. Some customers feel it is more eco-friendly, as it saves land since a casket takes up a lot of our earth. We have had some customers who feel it is less emotional than a burial. Others, have found cremation was the preference left behind by their loved one. Other customers simply follow this as tradition from their previous family members. After a cremation is completed, the choice of what to do is up to our customers. The remains may be scattered in a special place, kept in an urn, or placed in an urn. Casket Gallery does offer cremation urns which are available for purchased and optional. Direct cremation is a cremation of the body without a formal viewing or visitation prior to the cremation. Casket Gallery and Cremation Services is licensed in the State of Florida to perform this...

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