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Advance Funeral Planning Makes Financial Sense

While saving your loved ones from making difficult decisions at an already difficult time, planning your funeral in advance also makes good financial sense.   Read More

Advice on What to Do Before, During and After a Funeral Service

Knowing what to do before, during and after a funeral service can be difficult, especially if you are personally affected by the loss. While every service is unique, we have outlined a few basic tips to help you determine what to do when someone you know loses a loved one.   Read More

Advice on What to Say When Someone Passes Away

Knowing what to say to comfort someone who has lost a loved one can be difficult. To help guide you, here are a few suggestions on how you can offer condolences.  Read More

Advice on What to Wear to a Funeral Service

When you are determining what to wear to a funeral, consider where and when the service will be held. Every service is unique and the type of service should help you decide the appropriate attire.  Read More

After All These Years, You Still Want to be Together Always

Should you move more than 75 miles from where your original arrangements were made, your prearranged funeral, cremation or cemetery plan will be honored by any Dignity Memorial provider throughout North America.   Read More

All Faiths, All Cultures Honored with Dignity

As a Dignity Memorial provider, we are proud to serve families of all cultures, beliefs and backgrounds with compassion, care and dignity.  Read More

At 3:30 a.m., Who Do You Reach For?

When traditional support like family or clergy is unavailable, you and your family are invited to use our toll-free Compassion Helpline for up to one year.   Read More

At a Distance

We know what’s involved in making final arrangements when your or your loved one’s native country is far away, and we understand the special issues and emotions that can arise.   Read More

At the Grave of a Brother or Sister

O merciful God, standing here at the grave of my dear brother (sister), I fondly recollect the happy years we spent together, sharing the love and traditions of our home and family...  Read More

At the Grave of a Husband

O God, behold and see the sorrow of my heart. Widowed and bereft I mourn the loss of the dear companion of my heart. Thou sleep beneath this tomb, dear husband, and while thou cannot hear me, neither can thou see my tears...  Read More

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