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Divine Funeral Services & Crematory 20h
Divine Funeral Services & Crematory owns and operates its own crematorium, significantly reducing the cost of cremation services. Contact us to learn more about our cremation packages starting at just $695. 340-773-0003 ...
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Carole Renshaw: Funeral Celebrant & Mentor 1h
Sadly some crematoria do issue fines if services run over. Our time in any chapel is always limited but an experienced will have a handle on all of this - both in their preparation work and during the itself.
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Sue Byrne Jun 25
Do your family know what you would want your to be like? One Glastonbury fan requested everyone who attended their funeral wore wellies commemorating their love of the festival. Probably not a bad idea considering our weather!
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Christine Martin 9h
My brother Chief Petty Officer Rick Frame lost his short battle with Pancreatic Cancer. Donations in his name to MD Andersen would be appreciated.
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Harry 11h
RIP ETIKA, I didn’t know him well but I knew that he was always a great person to hangout with, sadly he killed himself at the age of 29. And he was born on May 12 1990 plus he was born a day after me, but the year was different,
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Carole Renshaw: Funeral Celebrant & Mentor 15h
"They're delighted that you're available for the date they want." It's not always that easy to get a date set that ticks all the boxes for everyone ........but today was one of those days where it worked beautifully!
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Sentient Mistake Jun 24
that beating's pile drums her city
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Andrea Dalziel 51m
It's not always best to go to your 'local' funeral director. Often they're part of a large chain and you wouldn't even know it (As I found out to my cost) Find a firm that has a good reputation, one that can give your loved one the send off they deserve.
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NAFD UK 4h
If you're looking for a director that is regularly inspected & abides by a strict Code of Practice, search for your nearest NAFD member on You can find out what other families think of them too, as there are links to reviews on the site.
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Carole Renshaw: Funeral Celebrant & Mentor Jun 24
When a colleague from the industry asks you to take a service for a member of their own family, then that sense of privilege prevails once more.
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Cremation Society of Great Britain Jun 24
The has announced the consultation on its 'Funeral Director: Code of Practice'. Responses are required by 20 September 2019. You can read the code of practice and give your response on the Scottish Government website
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eFuneral 13h
eFuneral's unique online arrangement platform is making planning easier than ever. You've got the planning power.
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Chocolate America 23h
Okaaaay let's get this party started...
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CRaKN 15h
Families love the idea of a “behind-the-scenes” look at things. Here's how you can leverage that at your home
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CRaKN 17h
Here is how to foster heart and soul in your family-owned home
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Roger Knight 4h
Celebration of a Life Ceremony this morning. @ Yeovil Crematorium
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HaliCityTempest Jun 24
I never watched your content. Because after the Debacle. I just can't believe live streamers anymore. But, it's a shame that help could not reach you in time. | May your family find peace in your /
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Clyde Crematorium Jun 25
Finalists for the Scottish Funeral Awards 2019 🙂
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Diamond 4h
We understand that this is a very emotional time and organising a can be very stressful but here at we will guide you step by step and make it as stress free and comfortable as possible. For more info visit our website below-
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Ferret ☿ Bean Jun 25
At a edition: “Hey, baby... wanna get CREAM-ated?”
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