An anticipated death can be called a long good-bye, while a sudden loss denies us that final farewell. Each circumstance is so very painful for those left behind. It's best if you find someone to share your grief with during this time.
We plan weddings, vacations, retirement and even dinner parties, but for some reason we don't want to think about death so we avoid making important funeral decisions. What's the last thing you spent a significant amount of time planning?
Unsure of what to wear to a Funeral or Memorial Service? Wearing colorful clothing is no longer inappropriate for relatives and friends. People attending a funeral should be dressed in a well mannered taste to show dignity and respect for the family and the occasion.
At a very early age, children have an awareness and a response to death. Children should be given the option of whether or not they want to attend visitation or the funeral service. We can help advise you on how to assist children at the time of a funeral and provide you with additional information and literature. Just ask!
Farenga Funeral Home offers countless ways to honor your loved one, from balloon and dove releases to musicians playing hymns at the graveside. Learn more about our many personalization options online.
Personalization at Farenga Funeral Homes means we listen to families, ask the right questions, and discuss your families options for a personalized funeral.
Have you been asked to give a eulogy? A member of the family, clergy, a close personal friend or a business associate of the deceased may give a eulogy. The eulogy is not to be lengthy, but should offer praise and reflect on the life of the person who has died. What question(s) do you have around writing a meaningful eulogy?
When you feel that your parents' doctor isn't giving you all the information you need to make wise decisions it can be very difficult. Here are some tips to help you get honest information. http://ow.ly/lHCRN
Each day, an average of 79 people receive organ transplants. However, an average of 21 people die each day waiting for transplants that can't take place because of the shortage of donated organs. Are you a registered organ donor? Have you told your family members?