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In our blog, we share resources and information that families in our community can use to cope with their loss or better understand their grief. We also write about ways we have been involved in the community. Check out our latest posts below.
The holiday season is upon us – a time well spent with family and friends. It’s a time to respectfully look back at the year behind us and excitedly ahead to the year in front of us. Let’s also consider that the holiday season is a time to help make our world a better place […]Continue Reading
Southern Utah is one of the greatest places in the world to live, and we are fortunate to call it our home. It is here that we have had the pleasure of growing our funeral home since 2008. Our community is very important; therefore, we created the Serenity Pay It Forward Account. Losing a child […]Continue Reading
I recently read an interesting article entitled “How to Survive Thanksgiving Day Grief.” Authored by Chris Raymond and published by verywellhealth.com, this article gives excellent insight into celebrating a holiday while mourning a loved one and offers five tips to support your emotional well-being. Permit Yourself to Say No. Thanksgiving is a holiday steeped in […]Continue Reading
I am often asked what type of benefits veterans are entitled to at the time of their death. Below is a condensed list of the basic burial benefits available to a veteran. To be clear, the following is not a comprehensive list. For full eligibility requirements and benefits, please visit www.va.gov. Current members of the […]Continue Reading
A 2018 Washington Post article entitled “How Death Disappeared from Halloween” recently captivated my attention. Written by Vittoria Elliott and Kevin McDonald, this article explores why Americans tend to avoid the topic of death and how the celebration of Halloween has evolved over time. Halloween has its origins in Samhain, a Celtic Irish holiday. Author […]Continue Reading