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Afterlife planning mouse-click away as consumers go online

Afterlife planning mouse-click away as consumers go online
By Justine Coyne, Reporter for Pittsburgh Business Times When Pete McQuillin’s father-in-law passed away in December 2011 in Virginia, he received direct cremation estimates from local funeral directors that averaged $4,000 to $5,000. Thinking the price was too high, he went online and found a direct cremation service that bypassed the ...
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Her Idea Is Dead On

Her Idea Is Dead On
By Kate Fratti / Report Bucks County Courier Times Sometimes I get sucked into the criticism of the generation of kids we've raised. Then I meet one who is making his or her way in the world and I'm reassured. Like Rachel Zeldin, 29, a poised and professional Pennsbury grad ...
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