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How To Discuss End-of-Life Wishes with Your Parents

By |2021-04-13T14:24:59-05:00March 18th, 2021|Blog Post|

When your parents get to be a certain age, the idea of life without them may cause you to panic. You may worry about managing your life without their support. You may wonder how you will be able to oversee their care when you live far away. You may panic thinking about having to host

How to Get Your Loved Ones’ Obituary Published

By |2021-04-13T14:26:15-05:00February 19th, 2021|Blog Post|

A lot goes into planning a funeral for a loved one, but Alabama Funeral Homes & Cremation Centers will be right by your side during the entire process. One task that causes a lot of concern for families is how to write an obituary and get the obituary published. Let us reassure you that our

The Grieving Process is a Lot Different Than You Might Think

By |2021-04-13T14:11:06-05:00December 29th, 2020|Blog Post|

Most people would define grief as a feeling of great sadness that follows a loss. Since you often hear the two words “grieving process” together, some surmise that the end result of the grieving process is that your sadness goes away. If you recently lost someone, you may be questioning your previous ideas about grief.

Cremation Options During COVID-19

By |2021-03-19T15:44:51-05:00November 13th, 2020|Blog Post|

Cremation Options During COVID-19 There’s been no other year in recent history like 2020. Life has become more complicated due to the current pandemic. While we can’t promise that your loved one’s end-of-life service won’t be affected by the coronavirus, please know that Alabama Funeral Homes & Cremation Centers is ready to serve your

The Costs Behind Cremation, and How it Works

By |2021-03-19T15:44:51-05:00August 17th, 2020|Blog Post|

The Costs Behind Cremation, and How it Works Through the years, more people have discovered that cremation is a compassionate and environmentally-friendly way to handle a person’s end of life. It is also less expensive than embalming and burial. Families also appreciate the flexibility that comes with planning an end-of-life service when the deceased was