All Press Releases
Dignity Memorial®, Advantage and Olinger Funeral Providers Offer 24-Hour Counseling and Grief Resources to Denver Area Community and Families

Aurora, Colo. - July 20, 2012 - In the wake of the recent tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, the Advantage, Olinger and Dignity Memorial® networks of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers are making their 24-hour Compassion Helpline® available to the families and friends of the victims   Read More.

East Lawn Palms Cemetery Named “Cemetery-of-the-Year”

Tucson, AZ - June 21, 2012 - East Lawn Palms Cemetery in Tucson has been named “Cemetery of the Year” for 2012 by the Arizona Funeral, Cemetery & Cremation Association (AFCCA).   Read More.

St. Louis Unclaimed Veterans to Receive Military Funeral

St. Louis, MO - May 30, 2012 - Seven veterans and two veterans' spouses whose remains have been in the care of Dignity Memorial® providers for years, yet remained unclaimed, will be laid to rest with help from the Missing in America Project.   Read More.

Free Event Marks 9/11 Anniversary with Houston Premiere of “REBIRTH”

Houston, TX - August 29, 2011 - The Dignity Memorial® network presents an evening of resiliency, reflection and unity at Discovery Green on Sept. 9, at 7 pm   Read More.

Farone & Son Funeral Home Celebrates 100 Years of Dedication to the Families of Syracuse

Syracuse, NY - July 22, 2011 - Farone & Son Funeral Home, a proud Dignity Memorial® provider, celebrates its 100th anniversary of providing quality funeral service to generations of families in the Syracuse area this year.   Read More.

San Antonio Homeless Veterans to Receive Military Funerals

San Antonio - March 29, 2010 - With more than 150,000 homeless veterans in the U.S., many whose remains are unclaimed at their death risk burial in pauper's graves. Through the Dignity Memorial® Homeless Veterans Burial Program, two San Antonio-area veterans won't be among them.   Read More.

Three Dallas/Fort Worth Homeless Veterans Will Receive Military Funerals Friday

Dallas, TX - February 04, 2010 - DALLAS (Feb. 4, 2010) - With more than 150,000 homeless veterans in the U.S., many whose remains are unclaimed at their death risk burial in pauper's graves. Through the Dignity Memorial® Homeless Veterans Burial Program, three Dallas-area veterans won't be among them.   Read More.

Dignity Memorial® Honors Four Individuals Who Gave the Gift of Life Through Organ and Tissue Donation

Houston, TX - December 07, 2009 - Dr. Victor Miranda spent his life caring for others—as an emergency room physician and medical entrepreneur in Houston, as a father and as a friend. On December 11, 2008, at the age of 52, Victor suffered cardiac arrest as a result of an undetected congenital heart defect.   Read More.

Dignity Memorial® Network to Honor Organ and Tissue Donor Families as Sponsor of 2010 Donate Life Rose Parade® Float

Los Angeles, CA - June 01, 2009 - The Dignity Memorial® network, North America’s largest network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, will honor four organ and tissue donor families as a top-tier sponsor of the 2010 Donate Life Rose Parade float.   Read More.

Dignity Memorial® Vietnam Wall 2009 Tour Schedule Released

Houston, TX - May 19, 2009 - The Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers announces the 2009 tour schedule of the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall, a three-quarter-scale traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.   Read More.

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