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Cremation

Posted on August 28th, 2018
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Cremation Beads: Korea’s Newest Burial Trend Cremation has been gaining popularity over traditional burial at an exponential rate over the last several decades. With space at cemeteries dwindling, many people endeavor, or are even legally bound to find new ways to inter their loved ones. In stark contrast to traditional Confucianists belief common to South […]

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Funeral traditions in South Africa

Posted on February 6th, 2018
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Funeral traditions in South Africa A funeral is not just an event to remember those we’ve lost, but for many around the globe, it is an opportunity to reflect. All cultures have their own unique relationship to death and mourning. Some of the most unique views on death and spirituality can be found when we […]

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4 Myths about cremation you should know

Posted on July 28th, 2017
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4 Myths about cremation you should know There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about cremation. The details of how you or a loved one want to be memorialized is a big deal. The right thing for any of us to do is to understand what cremation is all about. A great place to […]

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Funeral Home Cremation Process

Posted on June 30th, 2017
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Funeral Home Cremation Process Deciding to have a burial or a cremation for a loved one can be a tough decision. To help you make a more informed decision here is what happens during the cremation process. In preparation for the cremation, the family must sign a legal document which authorizes the funeral director to […]

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Working in Funeral Homes: Why Do People Do It?

Posted on June 1st, 2017
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Working in Funeral Homes: Why Do People Do It?         With only two years of schooling, an individual can become a funeral director with an associate degree in funeral service education. Then an apprenticeship can be done during schooling or during a period of time after graduation. The apprenticeship usually can take from one to three […]

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