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Death may be an unpleasant idea for some people but planning for the end of your life not only makes your loved ones aware of your wishes, but also takes a significant weight from their shoulders during what will be a very difficult time.
As the holidays draw near, it is important to remember that this is not a time of joy for everyone. Many people are missing a loved one who has passed away while others are feeling nostalgic for simpler times. Regardless of why a person is feeling sorrowful, it is necessary to understand what grief is and how to comfort those who are experiencing this strong emotion.
Being a mortician is not always at the top of high school or college graduates’ career wish lists, but it is an interesting and necessary profession. Those that do choose this occupation consider it to be a higher calling.
The well-known adage says the only sure things in life are death and taxes. However, we can now include technology as it touches many aspects our lives and even plays a significant role in our deaths.
Modifying your traditional cemetery to conform to modern standards may seem like an overwhelming venture. However, accomplishing this is not as complicated as you may think.
Since the turn of the century, the digital age has touched every aspect of society and our individual lives. Cemetery managers are no stranger to this ever-changing landscape and must adapt if they want to stay relevant. EverArk software is an essential tool that lets cemeteries thrive as the digital age replaces face-to-face sales and service.