The Origins of Father’s Day

Posted on September 2nd, 2019
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At some point in time we will say goodbye to our dads in funerals at funeral homes in Tallahassee, FL. No Father’s Day that passes after that will be bittersweet, as we remember our fathers who have died and are reminded of how much we miss them, and we celebrate the fathers who are still […]

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Funeral Homes Beyond The Funeral

Posted on August 19th, 2019
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When someone in your family passes on, funeral homes are there to help you with the final services. But beyond the funeral, it’s good to know that the professionals who work in the funeral industry are there for other things as well. What can you contact them for, even once the funeral is over and […]

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Choosing Between Services At A Funeral Home

Posted on August 5th, 2019
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It’s never easy to deal with funeral homes because it means you’re planning final services, either for yourself in advance or for a loved one who has recently passed away. Whatever’s going on, the choices you make are going to have an impact on your family. How do you choose between the services from a […]

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Funeral Food in the South

Posted on July 15th, 2019
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For funerals at funeral homes in Tallahassee, FL, the funeral reception is just as important as any other part of the funeral process. And the food that is served is the ultimate in Southern comfort food. There are no diets, no watching waistlines, and no “I’m not hungry” allowed. Food is comfort and Southerners know […]

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Southern Funeral Traditions

Posted on July 1st, 2019
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With funerals at funeral homes in Tallahassee, FL, many time-honored traditions that are only found in the South will be on full display. It’s important to understand that in the South, people don’t die. Instead, they pass on, cross over, or go on. Funerals are, in essence, a reflection of the belief that the separation […]

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