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Obituaries

Preparing Your Own Funeral

By on Jan 12, 2017 in Funeral Planning News, Obituaries |

Everyone will leave this earth eventually, but the subject of death is so taboo that most people do not want to talk about it. However, there are those who are okay with the idea of death and actively prepare their own funeral to avoid leaving this burden to others. But how do you prepare for you own funeral? Below is a basic guide on ways you can take away the stress of your death from your loved ones by taking preparations into your own hands. To begin, you will need to decide how you wish to be buried. Do you want to be placed in a casket or be cremated? If you wish to be placed in a casket, you will need to choose one that you like. Caskets come in all shapes and sizes as well as materials such as wood and steel, plus colors. Take a look at caskets located at the Casket Gallery & Cremation Service of Florida to see what you might like. If you choose cremation, you will need to decide on a container such as a vase to hold your ashes for loved ones. You must also consider the actual service. Do you wish to have a viewing and then burial service? If so, you can work with a funeral home to set up plans as to what you wish to see take place. You can handle all the small details such as music and photos so that your family has less work to do with your passing. The funeral home will be able to assist you with what steps you can take to ease this burden from your family. It may seem morbid but many family members appreciate others taking matters into their own hands and planning funeral services. Talk with your family about your plans and get their feelings on the matter to see if they are okay with you making plans so they do not have...

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Important Tips For Planning A Funeral Ceremony

By on Jun 8, 2016 in funeral planning, Funeral Planning News, Obituaries |

Death is inevitable and planning a funeral is one of the most expensive and important decisions made. Most people plan funerals based on emotions, but they forget that it should be treated like any other consumer transaction. Thinking ahead can help you make both informed and thoughtful decisions about funerals and help you choose the right items you want and need. Casket Gallery & Cremation Service educates and provides their clients with all the information they need and allow them to make the best decisions. Time to plan a funeral You may ask yourself when the best time to plan a funeral is. Well, anytime is a good time, except during the funeral. You can opt to go with the preplanning to ease the burden on your family. Preplanning your funeral also gives you a chance to assume the financial responsibility and your final wishes will be followed to the latter. You can contact funeral homes or other funeral service companies to help you with your plans. Consecutively, planning online is also a convenient way and helps you put everything in control. Know your consumer rights Funeral home and inquiries are obliged to offer you with a general price list all the price information needed. Some companies often offer packages, but you have the right to choose what goods and services you want, be it separate or as a package. Visit several homes and compare one funeral home to another to make sure that you are certain about your decisions. You can also consult with the national funeral directors and the FTC on the consumer bills of rights. Avoid emotional overspending Some people panic once they have received the death announcement of their loved ones and might end up making decisions based on their emotions. Well, there is no need to rush into any decisions. Allow yourself to take stock of what has happened. You can also have a close friend help you with the arrangements. A friend will assist you in making sound decisions by providing you with a caring dose of pragmatism.                                                             ...

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GET THE BEST CASKETS AND CREMATION URNS IN FLORIDA

By on Nov 25, 2015 in Cremation, Funeral Planning News, Obituaries, Pet urns |

Casket Gallery and cremation services Florida is a one-stop shop for every of your burial needs. If you are looking to give your departed loved one a befitting burial, you should check us out as we provide the best burial services in Orlando. We have several quality casket collections from which you can choose.  You will also find the best cremation urns in Orlando with us. We are ready to assist you in taking charge of burial proceedings for your loved one. We are a foremost casket dealer in Orlando and we offer a massive casket line covering every category of casket needs and financial situations. We provide everything from hardwood caskets and semi-precious metal caskets to  steel caskets and pet caskets, all at affordable prices. We are a duly registered casket company in Florida and you can visit our casket store in Orlando for consultations, pricing, and more. We have been offering the best funeral arrangements, funeral planning, and cremation services in Orlando to hundreds of families for 14 years. So, we realize the sensitivity of the tasks at hand and we go through every process with the utmost care and compassion. We also offer free in home conferencing and counseling for every client and we because we are a veteran-owned business, we also provide specific services especially special services for military services. Apart from offering the largest collection of burial caskets in Florida, we handle all the running around and delivery in the most professional manner and leave no room for errors. Casket Gallery offers free casket delivery services to local funeral homes in central Florida and Orlando. We will also help to deliver your casket to any funeral home or mortuary anywhere within the United States. We are also quite the expert on cremation matters and we offer the best cremation services in Orlando at very discounted...

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Linda Lee Rowland

Linda Lee Rowland

By on Sep 25, 2014 in Obituaries |

Linda Lee Rowland, 67, of Alexandria, Va. died Monday, September 15, 2014. “Nana” Rowland, daughter of Chester and Grace Ownbey, who was married to Rudy Rowland for 36 years, passed away at her home in Casselberry, Fl. She is survived by her sister, Betty J Treger, and her brother, Allan F Ownbey both of Virginia and her son Rudy Rowland and daughter Sarah Herrera. She is also survived by her cousin and caregiver, James Lee Rowland, three grandchildren, Belle, Miranda and Rudy III, all living in Casselberry. Linda was a deeply religious woman who loved God, her family, the beach and helping people. She will be greatly missed by many. We will be having a Homecoming Celebration for Linda, Mom, Nana on Monday September 22, 2014 at Central Baptist Church from 12-4. 3101 W State Road 46, Sanford, FL...

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