|Funeral Related Services
A wide variety of businesses, work in and
around the funeral industry. Most are obvious, but others you may have never
considered. Please explore this topic and discover the past, and the present of the
funeral industry's related services.
|This main topic focuses on all subjects,
but not limited to, topics dealing with
services and businesses that are related
to and or are an important part of
funeral services. It also covers, the
history of some of these industries, as
well as information about how to
contact some of them. It also includes
sections about funeral related art,
keepsakes, mementos and much more.
|(See: Legal Services)
|We also encourage you to let us know your thoughts and comments about any
funeral companies, suppliers and sponsors that you may have done business with.
|Funeral Related Services
|Flowers on a grave are one of the most enduring images when one thinks of how
to memorialize a loved one.
|An urn is quite simply any vessel for preserving the
ashes of the dead. They come in many styles and
designs. Metal, wood, ceramic, even in the shape
of your favorite superhero with your face on it.
They have been around since the Ancient Greeks
and Romans, and as cremation number continue to
grow around the world, the choices of urns will
only continue to grow as well. Urns are often kept
in the possession of the family or even buried on or
near a grave in most cemeteries.
|Any object or structure erected to keep a person or event from being forgotten.
This is mostly focused on the funeral industry and history. A monument may be a
building, pyramid, pillar, column, arch, tomb, sepulcher, effigy, memorial statue,
monolith, obelisk, tower, shine, temple, mausoleum, tombstone, headstone,
marker, cross, or just a simple stone. Whatever boast in stone or form of
recognition or remembrance is warranted, it can be created or purchased.
|Pregnancy loss burial products are available. Ranging from wood or plasket
caskets, burial vaults, and burial urns, designed for a child of 1-16 weeks.
|Any box used to bury the dead in is a coffin. Use of the word "casket" began as a
euphemism introduced by the undertaker's trade in North America. North
Americans may draw a distinction between "coffins" and "caskets", using coffin to
refer to a tapered hexagonal or octagonal (also considered to be anthropoidal in
shape) box used for a burial and casket to refer to a rectangular burial box with a
split lid used for viewing the deceased.
|There are a variety of reasons for legal services surrounding a death. Probate,
trusts, wills, estate planning, and more.
|When you think of things that are available to help keep one's memory alive, the
ideas and choices are endless. If you can imagine a way to remember somone,
some else has likely done it or has it for sale.
|Books are available for just about every stage of the funeral process. They
specialize in planning, the industry, as well as bereavment and grief.
|Mankind has used jewelry to adorn the dead and also to remember those who've
passed on, nearly since the beginning civilization, even before. Through the ages
it's changed but it remains an important part of the funeral process.
|The funeral procession has been a sign a respect as well as a show of prestige.
Vehicles are available like traditional limousines, and funeral traffic escorts. Most
times funeral homes will include these services in their service package, if you so
choose, but you can contract them on your own.
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