Based on years of
experience in the ministry, Searl offers sensitive, practical advice for one of
life's most difficult ceremonial passages. This updated and expanded version
includes new material on writing obituaries, alternative settings, the rural
cemetery movement, interment of ashes, cremation and selecting monuments and
memorials. In Memoriam also offers information on writing a eulogy,
traditional and non-traditional memorial customs, grieving, creating unique and
memorable services on a budget, and more. Features eleven sample services to be
used as they are or adapted.
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Last updated on Wednesday, June 2, 2010.
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