Tips for how to write and deliver the eulogy for a loved one who has died

Posted on March 9th, 2016
Posted by MackFamilyFH under Eulogy writing, Funeral service
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A eulogy is a speech in remembrance of the one who died and is one of the most important elements of the funeral service. Being chosen to give a person’s eulogy is an honor, but it can sometimes be difficult. Here are some tips to help you prepare for and deliver a memorable eulogy: 1)    […]

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How to help children deal with the death of a pet

Posted on February 1st, 2016
Posted by MackFamilyFH under Children and Grief
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Pets are important members of our families. We take care of them, sometimes from a very young age. We live with them, sleep with them, and we love them. When they die, all members of the family are affected. The unconditional love they give is sorely missed. We deal with the sadness in different ways, […]

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Helping Children through the Funeral Process

Posted on July 5th, 2015
Posted by MackFamilyFH under Children and Grief
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“How can I help my children deal with grief? Should they go to and participate in the funeral?” The most important thing you can do to help children though the funeral process is to talk to them. Children need honest, clear and gentle answers to their questions, and an opportunity to express their emotions. Allow […]

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Mack Family Funeral Homes Blog

Posted on July 1st, 2015
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From time to time we will be posting articles of interest to the families we service and to the caregivers in the community.  If you have a question to an issue you would like us to address, please email us at mackfamilyfh@gmail.com.  Thank you!

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