“Now stop that crying. Big boys don’t cry.” How many of you heard that while you were growing up? Four years ago, I attended the funeral of …Read More »
Children & Grief
The last thing a parent wants to do is take their child to a funeral or viewing. We instinctively want to protect our children from the reality …Read More »
Most parents do not know how to approach the subject of death with their children. Your knee jerk reaction will always be to protect them, so you …Read More »
Star Tree is a story for anyone who has experienced the grief that goes with being separated from a loved one. Once upon a time a tree …Read More »
How to Talk to the Children and Teens in Your Life About the Newtown, CT Tragedy Once again we are faced with the traumatic, violent deaths of …Read More »
When Families Grieve is the Sesame Workshop program designed to help children after the death of a parent. “Through DVDs, family activities, and books included in the …Read More »
A Child’s View of Grief: A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Counselors by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph. D. A Child’s View of Grief is a concise, yet …Read More »
We cannot thank you enough for your most generous love and support with the passing of our dad. May God continue to bless you and give you His peace to carry on to others with your care, love and hope of strength to continue to serve.
This funeral home is head and shoulders above the other funeral homes in this area. They do an excellent service and are highly respected in this community.
In-as-much as I married into a fourth generation funeral home family, I had expectations, right or wrong about what to expect. Consequently I want you to know what all of my expectations were met, and then some.
You were always there for us, lending support, offering suggestions, and yet being unobtrusive. With appreciation to the Spear family – and their ‘crew”.