General Summary

The following resources will help to answer your initial questions and give you some basic guidance during your time of need. Of course, these links are just a starting point; if you have any further questions, or would like to connect with our staff for personal advice and support, don't hesitate to contact us directly.

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Online Forms
Please click on the link below if you were instructed by a staff member to download a form via our website.  Employment applications can also be accessed by clicking on the link below.  

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Local Florists
Here we have compiled a list of local florists, by location, that may be helpful to you.  

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When a Death Occurs
When you're dealing with a loss, it can be hard to figure out exactly what needs to be done, and in what order. Here you'll find helpful information and advice on your first steps, what to expect, and what you'll need to remember as you begin to process your emotions and move forward in making the necessary arrangements.

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Common Questions 

Look here for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions relating to all aspects of funerals and memorialization, including customs and traditions, funeral home operations, and burials and cremations.

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Social Security Benefits 

We've compiled the basic information you'll need to know about social security benefits, including information on eligibility and how to apply.

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Funeral Etiquette
From what to wear and how to behave to tips for those who've never experienced a funeral, we've put together a guide to help you navigate services in a respectful and courteous way.

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Cemetery Etiquette
A cemetery is designed to serve as a final resting place for those buried there, as well as a peaceful place for their loved ones' reflection and remembrance. Here you'll find a guide to basic rules and tips for respecting both the living and the deceased when you visit a cemetery.

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