The Pain of Losing a Child

Posted on August 10th, 2020
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After cremation services for your child in Syracuse, NY, you are experiencing a unique kind of loss and grief. Children aren’t supposed to die before their parents, and having your child die before you – in a sense, out of time and order – is heartbreaking. The loss of your child is more than their […]

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Caring for Yourself When a Loved One Dies

Posted on July 27th, 2020
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After cremation services in Solvay, NY, the full impact of the loss of your loved one will become apparent. Nothing will ever be the same as it was before your loved one died. Your entire future is uncertain without them. You are overwhelmed and are not even sure how to take the next step or […]

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Giving Sympathy Gifts

Posted on July 13th, 2020
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After cremation services in Camillus, NY, you may want to give the grieving family a sympathy gift to express your condolences to them for the loss of their loved one. You have a lot of ways that you can go with sympathy gifts that are meaningful and will bring the bereaved family comfort. Sympathy gifts […]

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Dealing with an Unexpected Death

Posted on June 22nd, 2020
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Handling unexpected deaths is one the cremation services offered in Syracuse, NY. All of us know intellectually that one day we will die. However, we often think of death in such abstract terms that it never seems to be real to us until it happens. Even when we have friends and loved ones who are […]

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The Effect of Fellow Soldiers’ Death on Veterans

Posted on June 8th, 2020
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More military veterans are choosing the cremation services offered in Camillus, NY, but their fellow military members that they leave behind when they die serving to protect the United States, or as has become more frequent since the Vietnam War, commit suicide, often suffer great trauma and turmoil from their deaths. Since the wars in […]

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