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Military Funeral Honors FAQs

Military Funeral Honors FAQs

Who is eligible for Military Funeral Honors? Members who died while on active duty. Veterans who served and were honorably discharged. Certain civilian groups who have been given active-duty determinations may also be eligible. What do Military Funeral Honors consist...
How To Give Your Parent A Peaceful Passage

How To Give Your Parent A Peaceful Passage

There are few things more difficult than saying goodbye to a dying parent. In between talking to doctors and family members, not to mention trying to cope emotionally, what affairs do you need to get in order? Death is the last taboo, and we learn about it in sterile...
Preparing for the Death of a Parent

Preparing for the Death of a Parent

It’s often the unspeakable level of grief: preparing for the death of a parent. Holidays such as Father’s Day or Mother’s Day become difficult and sorrowful. Photographs and family gatherings are now bittersweet. If your parent is in hospice care, it’s important to be...
Delivering Bad News to Senior Parents

Delivering Bad News to Senior Parents

Delivering bad news is tough, no matter who it is. It’s especially tough when you must deliver it to a family member or senior parents. Whether it’s financial problems, onset of disease, a death in the family, or several other topics, there’s never an easy way to give...
Seniors & Grief During the Holidays

Seniors & Grief During the Holidays

  If you or someone you know is facing the first holiday season without a loved one such as a spouse or lifelong friend, it may be a challenge to handle reminders of the holidays, including family traditions, shopping, events or decorating. The important thing to...