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Customizing Your Loved One's Monument

When creating a monument for a loved one’s burial site, there are a lot of different options to consider. Customization can range from size and shape, to the color of the stone, and the finish on t...
By Matthew Funeral Home
In News & Events
Monday, October 7, 2019

Choosing Your Loved One's Funeral Clothing

When you are arranging a funeral for a loved one, the final clothing they will wear is one aspect that is often overlooked. The burial clothes that you choose can be one more way to present who the...
By Matthew Funeral Home
In News & Events
Monday, September 30, 2019

When Grief Goes Unacknowledged

Grief can be born out of a lot of different factors through life. A loss of a loved one, the end of a relationship, being diagnosed with a terminal illness, and other major life changes can bring o...
By Matthew Funeral Home
In News & Events
Monday, September 23, 2019

How Millenials Could Change Funeral Services in the Future

There are a lot of articles out there about how millennials are ruining certain industries because of economic or technological advances; but how are they affecting certain industries for the bette...
By Matthew Funeral Home
In News & Events
Monday, September 16, 2019

Returning to Work After the Death of a Loved One

The death of a loved one is often unexpected, and the grief can be devastating. While most jobs will give you some leave for bereavement, it often adds up to just a matter of a few days. The 3 or s...
By Matthew Funeral Home
In News & Events
Monday, September 9, 2019

5 Ways to Help a Grieving Family

When a friend or family member passes, it is important to be there for their family. It is hard for a family to deal with all of the responsibilities and ramifications of a lost family member; and...
By Matthew Funeral Home
In News & Events
Monday, September 2, 2019

Keeping in Touch With Family After A Funeral

Funerals are always an unfortunate time for families; but they often offer an opportunity to reconnect with family members that have been out of contact for a while. Loss can bring families togeth...
By Matthew Funeral Home
In News & Events
Monday, August 26, 2019

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Customizing Your Loved One's Monument

When creating a monument for a loved one’s burial site, there are a lot of different options to consider. Customization can range from size and shape, to the color of the stone, and the finish on t...

Choosing Your Loved One's Funeral Clothing

When you are arranging a funeral for a loved one, the final clothing they will wear is one aspect that is often overlooked. The burial clothes that you choose can be one more way to present who the...

When Grief Goes Unacknowledged

Grief can be born out of a lot of different factors through life. A loss of a loved one, the end of a relationship, being diagnosed with a terminal illness, and other major life changes can bring o...

How Millenials Could Change Funeral Services in the Future

There are a lot of articles out there about how millennials are ruining certain industries because of economic or technological advances; but how are they affecting certain industries for the bette...

Returning to Work After the Death of a Loved One

The death of a loved one is often unexpected, and the grief can be devastating. While most jobs will give you some leave for bereavement, it often adds up to just a matter of a few days. The 3 or s...

5 Ways to Help a Grieving Family

When a friend or family member passes, it is important to be there for their family. It is hard for a family to deal with all of the responsibilities and ramifications of a lost family member; and...

Keeping in Touch With Family After A Funeral

Funerals are always an unfortunate time for families; but they often offer an opportunity to reconnect with family members that have been out of contact for a while. Loss can bring families togeth...