Death and Scams

Posted on August 3rd, 2020
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It is not uncommon after funerals at funeral homes in Syracuse, NY for you to be the target of scammers who are trying to take unfair advantage of your grief and your loss. With the death of a loved one, you may become the target of a variety of different types of scams. One very […]

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Planning a Funeral Reception

Posted on July 20th, 2020
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Many funerals at funeral homes in Solvay, NY have funeral receptions after the service. Funeral receptions have food and drinks and offer the grieving family and other mourners a chance to gather informally and share memories and stories of the deceased loved one. Usually someone close to the family that has lost a loved one […]

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Giving a Eulogy

Posted on July 6th, 2020
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Giving eulogies at funerals at funeral homes in Camillus, NY is an honor that is often bestowed on close friends or family members of someone who has died. The deceased’s family believes that you are able to capture the spirit and the character of their loved one in a way that no one else can. […]

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Why You Might Choose Burial Instead of Cremation

Posted on June 15th, 2020
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While cremations have increased in popularity at funeral homes in Syracuse, NY, there may be some strong reasons why you would choose to have a burial for yourself or a loved one instead. More than half the American population is now opting to be cremated when they die. The reasons for this reflect the nature […]

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COVID-19: When You Can’t be with a Dying Loved One

Posted on June 1st, 2020
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In recent times past, before funerals at funeral homes in Camillus, NY, family members were able to spend the last days of their loved ones’ lives with them, either at home, in the hospital, or at long-term care facilities. However, with the rapid spread of COVID-19 throughout the United States, things have changed. Because people […]

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