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Keep Loved Ones Close with Funeral and Cremation Keepsakes in Clark County, WI

April 8, 2019

When we lose loved ones, it can be helpful during our mourning to take steps to keep their memories close. Funeral and cremation keepsakes in Clark County, WI are perfect for keeping our loved ones close after they are gone. The following are a few options for honoring loved ones’ memories or keeping them close with funeral and cremation keepsakes in Clark County, WI. The staff at Maurina-Schilling Funeral Homes is available to assist you with obtaining any of these keepsakes: Cremation urns: A variety of urns are available in all styles, shapes and sizes. Choose from several materials, colors... View Article

Why Experts Talk About Symptoms, Not Stages, of Grief

March 25, 2019

Have you heard of the five stages of grief? This idea of a common progression of grief stages was introduced in the late 1960s and is still popular today. Unfortunately, it is misleading. While many people experience common symptoms of grief, we don’t all follow the same neat path on a journey of mourning. Experts at funeral homes in Clark County, WI have come to realize that we should look at symptoms, not stages, of grief. This allows for individual differences in grieving and acknowledges the meandering path grief can take. Rather than progressing through the five stages (denial, anger,... View Article

The Top Four Questions About Last Wills and Testaments

March 7, 2019

Regardless of how you may feel about talking about a last will and testament, it is something that should be done. Wills are meant to protect your loved ones and ensure that your final wishes are carried out. Without a will, decisions often end up being made by a third party, which is less than ideal for everyone involved. If you are planning on writing a will, or if a loved one recently passed away, you’re sure to have a lot of questions. At Maurina-Schilling Funeral Homes, we take wills into account when discussing a funeral service in Clark County,... View Article

The Importance of Funeral Processions

February 21, 2019

If you’ve never participated in one, you’ve probably found yourself driving somewhere when you see a black hearse followed by a long line of vehicles with flags. Even if you don’t know the person, you feel a sense of respect and empathy, a moment of reflection, for the individual who passed and his or her family. Funeral processions have long been a tradition in the U.S. and other countries, but recently many funeral homes are no longer offering this service because it can be challenging to transport several vehicles and many family and friends from one location to the burial... View Article

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How Pre-Planning Makes a Difference

January 25, 2019

When a loved one dies, there are a number of difficult decisions that need to be made in a limited period of time. Everything from the division of assets to the type of memorial service that will occur will have to be settled within a matter of days following death. Unfortunately, these hard decisions can often cause family members to experience disagreement and undue emotional duress during one of the most trying periods of their lives. Pre-planning your funeral, burial and division of assets in advance of your death can make the grieving process substantially easier on your family members... View Article

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