Jessie Martinez

Seven Important Considerations When Planning A Funeral Memorial

If you need to plan a funeral memorial service for a deceased family member or loved one, there are numerous factors that you'll need to consider. The task of planning such an important event can feel overwhelming, so it helps to break memorial service plans down into the key considerations you'll need to plan for. The following are seven important considerations when planning a funeral memorial.  Location The location of memorial services is a key consideration. Read More 

Lost A Loved One? Top Benefits Of Choosing Cremation

Having a person you care about pass can be very hard on you. There are likely to be many things you'll need to do help you get through this time and arrange for a service. It may be ideal to have a cremation as the burial of choice. There are numerous advantages of doing so and learning what these are may be very helpful. 1. Much lower cost One of the reasons to choose a cremation is that this is offered at a much lower expense than that of a traditional funeral. Read More 

A Look At How Funeral Services May Change During A Pandemic

Losing a loved one is never easy, but when there are extenuating circumstances involved, it can make a loss even more difficult. During the rare but possible occurrence of a nationwide pandemic, many typical services have to alter how they serve the public, and funeral homes are included. Here is a look at some of the ways the services provided by a funeral home may change during a pandemic.  The number of guests may be restricted to only immediate family members. Read More 

3 Things To Think About When Designing A Custom Headstone For Your Loved One

Are you getting ready to design a custom headstone for a loved one? Here are a few things to think about first: Available Space It's a good idea to know exactly how much space you are working with before you start designing your loved one's custom headstone. Otherwise, you may end up designing something that is too complicated or in depth to properly be transferred to the headstone due to its limited size. Read More