Grief Matters: Support

Posted on April 30th, 2019
Posted by Manny Godoy under Children & Funerals, Death, Funeral Services, Funerals, Glendora, Grief, Memorials, Pre-Planning, Uncategorized
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Reactions to death vary widely. While one person may move on after hours or days, others actively mourn for weeks, months or even years. Tears can come without warning. Emotions can run high. Or grief can be very private, free from public display. In the final analysis, we believe that every person must cope with […]

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About your Funeral Director but Were Afraid to Ask

Posted on March 1st, 2019
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Children & Funerals, Death, Funeral Services, Funerals
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Part 1 of a 2-Part Series Your Funeral Director Genuinely Cares Even though funeral directors are exposed to death every day, we are still sensitive when families have suffered a loss. We find the deaths of children particularly difficult to deal with, or deaths that occurred as a result of violent crime. We are, after […]

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Good Dog Grief

Posted on February 8th, 2019
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Children & Funerals, Death, Funerals, Glendora, Memorials, Mortuaries, Pet Services
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Animals are a source of great comfort in time of need. Dogs, in particular, have earned the moniker “Man’s Best Friend,” despite intense competition from cats, rabbits, hamsters, lizards and more. Experts agree that canines possess the unique ability to sense when their masters are troubled. Whether they hear sniffles or see tears, they often […]

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Children & Funerals

Posted on October 17th, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Children & Funerals, Cremation, Funerals, Glendora, Grief, Memorials
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Should Kids Attend a Funeral? When someone in your family or circle of friends dies, you will probably make it a priority to attend the funeral or memorial service. But what happens if your children knew the deceased? You may wonder whether they should attend the ceremony. The decision is personal, varying greatly based on […]

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