Archive for the ‘Podcast’ Category
Don’t loved ones lost deserve to be memorialized in a unique way? Would you know where to begin when planning a special funeral or memorial service with ideas for making a funeral service unique? Today’s funeral service might contain unique or traditional elements, or a mixture of both styles.
Do you wonder what it’s like to work in a funeral chapel? Do you know what education is necessary to work as a funeral director? The funeral procession offers jobs that require skills, education, and experience just like working in any other industry.
If you want to know more about what happens to assets after a person dies, then listen to this episode of Forever in their Hearts, where host Erik Reynolds talks with Valerie Martell, Director of Operations for Martin Brothers Funeral Services about the duties of an executor of an estate.
If you want to know more about talking with aging parents about death, then listen to this episode of Forever in their Hearts, where host Erik Reynolds talks with Valerie Martell, Director of Operations for Martin Brothers Funeral Services about her experiences with the topic.
Have you ever noticed that teenagers are complex creatures? Can you imagine how grief may intensify their already turbulent emotions? Because death often comes as a shock to the loved ones left behind, helping a teenager through this tumultuous time can be a daunting challenge. This episode focused on how to comfort a grieving teenager.
Have you ever had to plan a funeral? Would you know where to turn to find authentic answers? You may have many questions to ask when arranging a funeral but not know who to ask. The funeral director is often the person to best answer these questions.
Have you ever had questions about planning a funeral? Would you know where to turn to find authentic answers? The funeral director is the best person to answer these questions for you. In this episode we will cover the most common questions to ask a funeral home.
Do you know a family who has experienced the tragedy of the loss of an infant? Can you imagine the stress that places on the child’s parents? The trauma of losing a child can impact a couple long after the conclusion of the service at the funeral chapel.
What happens to someone’s personal belongings after they die? Are there ways besides photos to honor the memory of a loved one lost? The idiom “you can’t take it with you” holds a lot of truth, as when someone passes away their loved ones are left to deal with their belongings. Are there ways of disposing of deceased belongings?
Have you considered pre-planning your funeral and may be looking for non traditional funeral services? Are you aware of what information you need to make funeral pre-arrangements based on your preferences? Considering funeral options in advance can relieve your family’s burden when tragedy inevitably strikes.