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Does the Catholic Church forbid Cremation at the Time of Death?

As a catholic, you don’t want to have to worry yourself with the finer points of Catholic doctrine. This being said, many Catholics are still not clear about the exact stance the Catholic Chur...
By Greg Hurd
In Our Blogs
Tuesday, September 5, 2017

A Guide to the Benefits Available to Veterans

Veterans are eligible to a number of funeral and burial benefits, which both the veteran and their families should be aware of. At Weber-Hurd Funeral Home, we encourage veterans to study the benefi...
By Greg Hurd
In Our Blogs
Thursday, August 24, 2017

Celebrant or Clergy Member, which Should I Choose?

The officiant who conducts the funeral service provides emotional support and comfort to everyone present, which is why it’s important to choose one carefully. Many people are torn between a clergy...
By Greg Hurd
In Our Blogs
Wednesday, August 9, 2017

3 Unique Ways to Memorialize a Loved One

Memorializing a loved can be tricky because most family members want the service to be personal and reflective of the decedent’s personality. Fortunately, there are a number of easy and inexpensive...
By Greg Hurd
In Our Blogs
Thursday, July 27, 2017

Tips for Explaining Death to Children

It’s not easy to explain the concept of death to children and many parents dread the thought of doing so. Most assume that children will eventually learn on their own without parental advice. Many ...
By Greg Hurd
In Our Blogs
Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Benefits of Planning Your Funeral While You’re Still Alive

The concept of planning a funeral service while being still alive is uncomfortable for most people but it can prove to be immensely helpful down the line. The death of a loved one is always a diffi...
By Greg Hurd
In Our Blogs
Thursday, June 22, 2017

Choosing the Perfect Songs for a Funeral Service

Music and songs can add a soothing atmosphere to the funeral service and bring a great deal of comfort to the grieving family and friends. Not all music is suitable for funerals and choosing the ri...
By Greg Hurd
In Our Blogs
Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Previous Posts

Does the Catholic Church forbid Cremation at the Time of Death?

As a catholic, you don’t want to have to worry yourself with the finer points of Catholic doctrine. This being said, many Catholics are still not clear about the exact stance the Catholic Chur...

A Guide to the Benefits Available to Veterans

Veterans are eligible to a number of funeral and burial benefits, which both the veteran and their families should be aware of. At Weber-Hurd Funeral Home, we encourage veterans to study the benefi...

Celebrant or Clergy Member, which Should I Choose?

The officiant who conducts the funeral service provides emotional support and comfort to everyone present, which is why it’s important to choose one carefully. Many people are torn between a clergy...

3 Unique Ways to Memorialize a Loved One

Memorializing a loved can be tricky because most family members want the service to be personal and reflective of the decedent’s personality. Fortunately, there are a number of easy and inexpensive...

Tips for Explaining Death to Children

It’s not easy to explain the concept of death to children and many parents dread the thought of doing so. Most assume that children will eventually learn on their own without parental advice. Many ...

Benefits of Planning Your Funeral While You’re Still Alive

The concept of planning a funeral service while being still alive is uncomfortable for most people but it can prove to be immensely helpful down the line. The death of a loved one is always a diffi...

Choosing the Perfect Songs for a Funeral Service

Music and songs can add a soothing atmosphere to the funeral service and bring a great deal of comfort to the grieving family and friends. Not all music is suitable for funerals and choosing the ri...