Family to Family: The Charles F. Snyder Funeral Blog
March 19, 2021
Human contact is vital to your new normal. If your friends and family aren’t calling you, then call them.
January 8, 2021
The pet who passed isn’t forgotten. People who have had multiple pets have a whole string of memories and stories. Those memories stay. They are with them always.
November 27, 2020
The days before a funeral, the time during the arranging of the funeral and weeks following a funeral are not easy. You and your family can come out of it broken or stronger.
November 13, 2020
If you have lost someone dear, and you miss them more at the holidays, consider opening the conversation, using their name, and talking about them in a positive way.
September 4, 2020
Even months after the funeral it’s not uncommon to feel just not exactly right. We all lose our way from time to time. Things happen and we can’t find our JOY.
August 21, 2020
It’s a question we all hear almost every day. “Hi, how are you?” But it has a different feel when you have recently lost someone you love. It just feels heavier. So how do you deal with that question?
July 10, 2020
Every day is full of moments. Moments charged with opportunity.
July 13, 2016
Are flowers really necessary at a funeral? Is it a withering tradition? I mean, they just get thrown away after it’s over, right? People often state that flowers are pointless because they end up in the trash, but flowers add dignity and beauty to a service. Thankfully, the days of flowers’ main purpose of perfuming …
Continue reading “Roses are Red…”
June 22, 2016
Whether you are planning ahead for yourself or facing the sudden loss of a loved one, the task of choosing a funeral home to best meet your needs can be a bit daunting. What considerations should be made? You keep reading, I’ll keep writing, and we’ll meet up at the end. The main idea behind …
Continue reading “So Many Choices…”
May 27, 2016
When a close relative or friend dies, many parents of teens and young children often ask themselves the same questions, “Should we take the kids?”, “What do we say?”, “What should we do?” As we struggle with the death of a loved one, we need to realize that children struggle, too, and it’s often because …
Continue reading “Should we take the kids?”