Why You Should Pre-Plan Your Funeral

Posted on April 14th, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Cremation, Funerals, Memorials, Pre-Planning
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Map Your Legacy A superstitious person might avoid talking about their own death, for fear the mere mention of the word will hasten their demise. Of course, this fear is ill-conceived. In fact, pre-planning your funeral is a great way to celebrate your life. What’s more, pre-planning is a thoughtful gesture for your loved ones, who […]

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Green Funerals

Posted on March 31st, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Ashes, Burial, Cremation, Funerals
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On the popular television show, Sesame Street, Kermit the Frog sang, “It’s Not Easy Being Green.” In terms of his life as a frog puppet, that may be true. But being green has recently become easy as well as popular in terms of final wishes. In fact, green burials are all the rage for folks […]

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How to help plan your own funeral

Posted on March 11th, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Cremation, Funerals, Glendora, Mortuaries
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We hate to break it to you, but it is probably time you had “the talk.” Relax; we aren’t talking about the awkward discussion you will one day muddle through with your children about the birds and the bees. The talk we are referencing is the one you should have with loved ones wherein you […]

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Spotlight on Pets

Posted on February 25th, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Cremation, Memorials, Mortuaries, Pet Services
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An Akita in Japan named Hachiko returned to the train station every day for nine years in the early 20th Century, awaiting the return of his deceased owner. Memorialized by everything from movies to monuments, this faithful companion demonstrates the unique bond that exists between humans and our pets. At Foothill Funeral & Cremation, we […]

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Ash Decisions

Posted on February 10th, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Ashes, Cremation, Memorials
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When you decide that your loved one’s ashes will be embalmed and buried, the end of the funeral and graveside service provides a sense of closure that cremation doesn’t always afford. Cremated remains, also known as ashes or cremains, can be stored in an urn or other “casket alternative” indefinitely. Since ashes are not legally […]

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