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Headstones and monuments can be made of various kinds of stone such as marble, granite, and limestone--and even metals like bronze. Commissioning a timeless monument or memorial for your loved one is a tried and true way to honor their memory for centuries to come, and finding the best company to create a beautiful, personal tribute that also abides cemetery regulations has never been easier.

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Articles About Memorials and Grief

Grieving the Loss of ...

Grieving the Loss of a Child | Resources, Support & Assistance

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than one third of all child deaths occur within the first month of life. While the United States is rated 167th globally in infant deaths, of every 1,000 births, 5.87 children do not make it to their first birthday. The ...

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Shiva Etiquette: A guide ...

Shiva Etiquette: A guide to making a shiva call

What is Shiva?  

Shiva or "sitting shiva" is the act of consoling a Jewish family who has just lost a loved one. You can learn more about shiva here in Shiva 101. We spoke with Sharon Rosen, founder of ShivaConnect to provide us additional insight on the topic on ...

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Creative Ways to Honor ...

Creative Ways to Honor the Memory of Your Loved One

Our departed loved ones never truly leave our hearts and minds, whether they passed away just a few weeks or a few decades ago. That’s why many families look for ways to commemorate the deceased in creative, personalized ways. Here are a few of our favorite ways you can keep ...

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10 Do's & Don'ts ...

10 Do's & Don'ts of Condolence Etiquette

Mourning online can be a difficult line to walk; between the giving and receiving of condolences, there is no universally acceptable or unacceptable way to pay your respects. There are many unspoken rules of social media etiquette and when combined with a topic like death, it becomes nearly impossible to ...

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