I can answer any questions regarding funeral planning, grief, alternatives to burial, embalming, natural burial, products and ideas how to make a funeral service or memorial service more meaningful and personal. I can't answer questions regarding legal issues, financial planning and what happens after we die.
I am a licensed Funeral Director in the state of California with 10 years experience.
B.A. from the University of Colorado AA from the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science, now part of the Sacramento Community College program
I hope to inspire and encourage people to think more creatively when it comes time for funeral planning. It is a difficult time and the path of grief can be easier if you let your creative juices flow. A meaningful and personal event is memorable.
There are many new ideas and inventions on creative memorialization. Funeral Directors are event planners and need to be marketing all the options available to grieving families.
well, embalming is definitely controversial. The damages to mother earth are beyond our comprehension.
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Hello Jacki - I'm sorry your mother has passed on, please accept my condolences. It sounds like you were not happy with your seating arrangements. If I were the funeral director I probably would have
Hello Theresa- I am not sure what your question is, it sounds like there is some anger grief in the family, Be sure to acknowledge your own grief and find healthy ways to manage it. Invite others
Hello Amanda- Please accept my condolences. It sounds like there are disagreements, funerals bring out the best and worst in families. Stay strong and remember grief is normal and healthy and is expressed
Hello- Cemeteries will have their own regulations, you should ask them. Most often a burial vault is required by the cemetery, it keeps the grass from sinking over the years. If you already have a burial
Hello Holly- I think it is a wonderful idea! Do it! I would ask or even suggest to your family members to join you, they may have some mementos too! This is part of the healthy path of grieving.