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Peace of Mind After Losing a Loved One

Iris and Harold were high school sweethearts who married in 1958 – she was 18 and he was 21. While she stayed home and raised their two children, Harold worked all his life as a machinist and retired two years ago. As in their younger days, Iris and Harold were enjoying retirement by traveling, and also visiting their children and golfing once a week. They were even thinking of leaving Maryland to be closer to their daughter in North Carolina. [...]

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How To Make Sure No Questions are Left Unanswered Before Death: End of Life Planning

Death. Everyone is forced to deal with it at some point, but nobody knows exactly when. It is a taboo topic in America, avoided and ill-prepared for by most people until it is too late. The death[...]

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A Long-Range Planner: End of Life

A Long-Range Planner: End of Life
Planning for the future is important to Betty Stallings. From her healthcare needs to her funeral plans, she has mapped out every detail. "It puzzles me that people don't plan," says Betty[...]

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How To Pre-Plan a Funeral

Every year, two million Americans are tasked with planning a funeral for a family member or friend. They face this challenge during a time of grief and stress. Preplanning allows consumers to[...]

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Funeral Planning

Funeral Planning
Bette Runge, a well-known tango dancer, was honored with an exceptional funeral ceremony that incorporated her passion for life and for dance. For many individuals planning a funeral is a task to[...]

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Preplanning for Your Loved Ones: Funeral Planning

Preplanning for Your Loved Ones: Funeral Planning
"It is wonderful that I can help nonprofit organizations raise money to meet real needs in the community," says Sally Smith, a consultant, who works with charities throughout the Washington D.C.[...]

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How To Prepare for End of Life

The ruling from the Florida Supreme Court regarding the Terri Schiavo case has focused much of America on crucial issues for end of life decisions. Perhaps the biggest news from the case, however, is[...]

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End of Life Care: Sound Therapy for Hospice Patients

Facing the Inevitable Once family members overcome their disbelief, shock, and anger about the pending end of life for their loved one, they often seek opportunities to demonstrate caring, to[...]

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A Model Retirement: Money and Legal

A Model Retirement: Money and Legal
Alan and Katharine Jung are truly a model for ideal retirement living. Not only have their retirement living decisions been well thought-out and proactive, but they have also embraced the new[...]

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