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http://www.allfuneralhomes.com : - Are you going to select funeral home? Here are some questions to be asked to funeral director before selecting any funeral home. Make your decision after getting satisfied answers.
2 Jul 2009
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Bexley Funeral Service is an independent family owned and run company serving Bexley and the local communities. We pride ourselves on our service & care given to those who are bereaved, offering sympathetic advice on all funeral arrangements in a professional manner. We offer removal of your loved one to our chapel of rest, provision of a fully furnished coffin suitable for burial or cremation, hygienic treatment and dressing of the deceased, funeral director, four pall bearers and the hearse on the day of the funeral, reception and care of floral tributes as well as reception and forwarding of charitable donations. http://www.touchdartford.com/business/list/bid/3958816
8 Jan 2010
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http://ObitsUtah.com ObitsUtah is a service of the Utah Funeral Directors Association along with its member funeral homes and mortuaries. ObitsUtah also serves all funeral homes and mortuaries in Utah. It is a cost affective solution to Utah obituaries.
3 May 2010
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http://hkhfuneralservices.com/ Bloomfield Funeral Director Windsor Cremation Meriden Area.HKH have provided Cremation Services In Bloomfield.Our Funeral Directors in Windsor Are Trained To Help You Understand The Options Available To You.Cremation Meriden
20 Jun 2010
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http://www.allfuneralhomes.com/ :- Find information on Funeral Homes, Cemetery, Cremation Services or Planning a Funeral. Contact local professionals who will help you determine the most appropriate options for your needs, in your time of need. You'll find what you need.
23 Feb 2011
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We are the only privately run, family owned funeral company in Thornaby. We opened the funeral home on Lanehouse Road in March 2010. find more out at http://www.scoot.co.uk/6794912
10 Nov 2011
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We make sure that every aspect of the funeral arrangement is tailored to your needs to make sure that every part of the funeral service is as stress free as possible. We offer pre paid funeral plans so that you can be sure that your funeral won't be a burden to your loved ones. We look after the areas of Newbury, Berkshire, Theale, Swindon, and Wiltshire.
17 Jan 2012
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23 Apr 2012
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http://jacksonlytle.com Jackson, Lytle & Williams Funeral Homes offer helpful and unique services to families during what can be one of lifes most difficult times. The staff of four funeral directors, three of whom are women, has over 80 years of combined experience in serving families and we offer an expansive range of options for those in need. Our staff members are people who care, friends and neighbors who are active in your community, ready to serve you and your family. The Jackson, Lytle and Williams and the Ingling and Williams staff walks families through the planning of the event with attention to every detail. By asking questions, listening closely and offering a selection of options, the result is a personalized service that reflects the wishes of the family and a service that best memorializes the life of their loved one and brings comfort to the family.
15 Nov 2008
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http://jacksonlytle.com Jackson, Lytle & Williams Funeral Homes offer helpful and unique services to families during what can be one of lifes most difficult times. The staff of four funeral directors, three of whom are women, has over 80 years of combined experience in serving families and we offer an expansive range of options for those in need. Our staff members are people who care, friends and neighbors who are active in your community, ready to serve you and your family. The Jackson, Lytle and Williams and the Ingling and Williams staff walks families through the planning of the event with attention to every detail. By asking questions, listening closely and offering a selection of options, the result is a personalized service that reflects the wishes of the family and a service that best memorializes the life of their loved one and brings comfort to the family.
15 Nov 2008
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In this clip I am doing the cosmetics on a deceased individual for a viewing before a cremation. The family requested a low cost service with a simple private viewing. Of course I accomodated their wishes. NOTE: IF you cannot afford an expensive funeral and want a viewing, (and in today's economy, who can?) TELL, (DON'T ASK,) the funeral director to place your loved one a dressing table. Place a pillow under their heads, drape the body with a passing quilt, and make them look comfy. Then hold a simple viewing in some location of the funeral home that is suitable. IT WORKS! It is a CHEAP, EFFECTIVE, and nice way to see your loved one and pay respects in a dignified fashion. You do NOT need to use make-up or embalm a dead body for a viewing in ANY STATE IN MOST CASES. (IF IN DOUBT, CALL YOUR LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT, MEDICAL EXAMINER, CORONER, OR BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTOR/EMBALMER LICENSING.) Of course you will NOT see the deceased's face in this video or ANY of my videos for that matter but in case you are wondering, YES I do have a signed and notarized release by the family in ALL CASES. My videos are for educational and information purposes and to some extent, while being done in good taste, entertainment purposes. In ALL of my videos about the book, I talk in and around the subject of death, dying and the funeral business as a whole, but at no time do I ever show the face of the deceased. IF you are looking for nasty blood and guts, you have the wrong guy. Let's be respectful people.
29 Dec 2008
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A short documentary on a day-in-the-life of a funeral director. What type of people work in this industry and how do they continue make a career out of it? 'For Life' observes what what happens on a typical (not that there are any) day as a funeral director. Filmed in South Australia at a Funeral Home established since 1865. Copyright 2006 email: miss_aeryn_parkerhotmail.com for further information.
7 Apr 2009
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http://www.allfuneralhomes.com :- Planning a funeral is always difficult. Our site makes finding the right service for your loved ones a little easier. Search our directory for funeral directors and homes by city or state in US and Canada
8 Jul 2009
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RIVERVIEW ABBY FUNERAL HOME 503-244-7577 Locally owned and operated (not a big impersonal corporation) We employ a caring and compassionate staff We comply with all state and federal regulations We serve families of all faiths with funeral and memorial needs We are a member of OFDA Oregon Funeral Directors Association Location: 0319 SW Taylors Ferry Road Portland OR 97219 Distributed by Tubemogul.
16 Aug 2009
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In this episode Ryan talks about "Maximizing your Merchandise". Theme parks and attractions have figured it out, now it is time to bring their thinking to the funeral home. With the rise in cremation funeral directors have to find something to help compensate for the money they are losing by the family not choosing a traditional burial. Merchandise can add to their bottom line, but if it is not displayed properly then families will never know it is available. Families can't purchase product they never see.
3 Dec 2009
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After a horrific car accident, Anna (Christina Ricci) wakes up to find the local funeral director Eliot Deacon (Liam Neeson) preparing her body for her funeral. Confused, terrified and feeling still very much alive, Anna doesn’t believe she’s dead.
9 Mar 2010
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