Grief Care Package

Posted on October 20th, 2020
Posted by Manny Godoy under Children & Funerals, Death, Funeral Flowers, Funerals
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Across the country, COVID-19 restrictions limit the number of people who can attend funeral services. This is especially true in Southern California, where Foothill Funeral & Cremation is located. As a result, we need to adapt and learn how to support people who are grieving, even if we can’t show up in person. Of course, […]

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Choosing Funeral Flowers

Posted on September 15th, 2020
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Cremation, Death, Funeral Flowers, Memorials
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Whether you are choosing a bouquet to honor the life of someone you lost, or are taking a dozen long stem roses as an expression of condolence, flowers speak more than words could ever express. Various funeral flowers symbolize many things. People around the world use them to express everything from joy to sadness, love, […]

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Funeral Etiquette

Posted on June 5th, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Azusa, Funeral Flowers, Funerals, Memorials, Pre-Planning, Uncategorized
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Somber expressions. Black clothing. Formal ceremonies. These were the terms used to describe funerals in the not so distant past. In 2017, however, acceptable behavior and dress for memorials, particularly in Southern California, have evolved. Genuine sentiment, flexible apparel and personalized services are the new order of the day. But courtesy is always in style. […]

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Pick Perfect Funeral Flowers

Posted on April 7th, 2017
Posted by Manny Godoy under Azusa, Funeral Flowers, Funerals, Glendora, Memorials
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April showers bring May flowers. So, we want to dedicate our April blog post to an important element in any funeral or memorial service: flowers. Although it’s trendy to ask grievers to donate “in lieu of flowers,” that instruction usually applies to flower home delivery instead of floral arrangements for the service, such as bouquets […]

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