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funeral homes in Palm Harbor, FL

Why It’s Important for Families to Hold Services at Funeral Homes

In the immediate aftermath of a loved one’s death, there are many families that don’t necessarily feel like spending a ton of time planning services for them at funeral homes in Palm Harbor, FL. They’re often filled with grief and don’t want to do much of anything. But families should...

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cremation services in Largo, FL

What Are the Most Common Types of Cremation Services Available?

Would you like to be cremated when you die one day? Or are you going to be making cremation plans for a loved one sometime very soon? Either way, it’s essential for you to know all about the different types of cremation services in Largo, FL before you begin the...

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funeral homes in Largo, FL

Benefits of Working With a Funeral Home Designed for Veterans

Is your family in the process of planning a funeral for a loved one who spent time serving in the military? Many of the funeral homes in Largo, FL will be able to provide you and your family with the services you need to give your loved one a proper...

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cremation services in Clearwater, FL

Tips for Tracking Down the Best Cremation Services Provider

Are you trying to find a funeral home that can provide you and your family with cremation services in Clearwater, FL for a loved one? It shouldn’t be too difficult to track one down. With the cremation rate rapidly rising all across the country, there are so many options for...

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funeral homes in Clearwater, FL

How Families Can Choose the Right Funeral Homes for Loved Ones

Did your family just suffer the loss of a loved one? If so, you might be trying to find the right funeral home to host their funeral services. This can be very challenging when you find out how many different funeral homes in Clearwater, FL there are. It’s not always...

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Final Salute

With the suspension of formal services and ceremonies at national cemeteries and elsewhere the nation's deceased are laid to rest, there is a feeling of 'unfinished business' among families of those servicemen & servicewomen. At Veterans Funeral Care our initiative is to offer a formal uniformed flag presentation to a widow...

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Making a Difference One Toy at a Time

Supporting our military is more than a prayer, a thank you or flying the flag proudly. At Veterans Funeral Care supporting those who serve includes running Operation Toy Soldier, a not-for-profit charity that collects toys for local military families at Christmas. This year over 1,600 toys were donated and distributed...

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There are no decorating police

The Christmas season is here. This cannot be denied. Stores are decked out in their holiday finest. Christmas tunes accost us everywhere we turn. Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph are showing on the television. We can get our yearly fix of It’s a Wonderful Life on Turner Classic. Yet somehow...

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Handling the Holidays

T he leftovers have been eaten, the out of town family has returned back to their homes, work begins again….another Thanksgiving is done. Yet the holidays are not over. You cannot travel anywhere without hearing Christmas music or seeing decorations everywhere you look. What was once a joyous season has become...

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Lt. Colonel William G. Poulos, WWII veteran, turns 100 years old

A ccording to the Veterans Administration nearly 365 World War II veterans die every single day. Out of the 16 million Americans who served during World War II approximately 558,000 are alive today. I recommend that the next time you see a veteran wearing their "World War II veteran" hat you...

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