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The How To’s of a Visitation

There is no question that funerals are less formal today than even just a decade ago. This change, however, has not been as a result of changes in the funeral industry, but by the very people it serves. Families and those preplanning their final services have requested less dark and…...

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How to Help Children Cope with a Loved One’s Loss

Grief is challenging for adults to experience. It can be especially difficult on children who may not fully understand what is happening or who may not have the verbal skills to express their thoughts and feelings. How can adults better help children cope with the death of a loved one?…...

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What to Do for the Loss of A Pet

One of the happiest days of having a pet is when that pet is first brought home. The saddest, of course, is when we have to say goodbye upon their death. In between, they serve as companions, playmates, friends and family members. It is no wonder the loss of a…...

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Funeral Directors: One of the Most Important Jobs

Funeral Directors are often misunderstood. Perhaps it is because their careers are so challenged filled and emotionally taxing. It could be because many of us couldn’t see us performing the duties involved in this respected profession. Funeral Directors perform significant work and serve a critical role in extremely difficult times.…...

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The Path to Healing from a Loss

At some point in our lives, just about all of us will experience grief. While it is not a pleasant experience, it is an important part of the healing process. If you or someone you know is experiencing grief, there are steps you can take to make the process just…...

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What Are Cremation Keepsakes?

Keepsakes from funerals have long been a tradition in the United States. Many old family Bibles have pages stained from dried flowers sent in honor of loved ones. For many, prayer cards serve as a memento of final services. As cremations continue to grow in acceptance and popularity, cremation keepsakes…...

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How to Write an Obituary For a Loved One’s Cremation

Today’s obituaries are much more than just a notice of a loved ones passing. An obituary can tell a story of the life of a loved one and insights into their personality and passions. It recognizes those important things to them and explains how family and friends can express condolences.…...

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Top Reasons to Plan Your Own Cremation

Often those left behind are left with the challenge of making the final decisions for a loved one. Unfortunately, this is when they are undergoing grief and sadness and these decisions can become increasingly heavy. If you are considering cremation upon your death, it can make a great deal of…...

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Learn about Cremations with our Free Guide

Part of our mission at the Cremation Society of Cincinnati, is to help families understand that cremations can work for everyone. Many of the old religious and societal stigmas associated with cremation have long been put behind us. Cremations are now accepted almost universally as a dignified and affordable alternative…...

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Preplanning Your Cremation – The Ultimate Gift You Can Give Your Loved Ones

Dealing with the death of a loved one is one of the most difficult things we will face. The stress andanxiety of suddenly having to make final arrangements for that loved one adds greatly to the burden. Preplanning your cremation is something you can do now, so that your loved…...

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