Grief Resources

Posted on November 13th, 2018
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“The human soul doesn’t want to be advised or fixed or saved. It simply wants to be witnessed exactly how it is.” –Parker Palmer This rings so true with those who are grieving, just being there for them to listen matters so much.   Grieving is such a difficult and inexplicable process we face as […]

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Loss of a Pet

Posted on October 18th, 2018
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When we adopt a dog or any pet, we know it is going to end with us having to say goodbye, but we still do it. And we do it for a very good reason: They bring so much joy and optimism and happiness. They attack every moment of every day with that attitude. -Bruce Cameron […]

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From our Family to Yours

Posted on October 2nd, 2018
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“Family owned and operated.” We hear this all the time, but what does it really mean? It means our roots go deep. We have over 90 years of roots in the Evansville community. It means we are a family here to serve other families in some of the hardest times. It means that we are […]

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Peace in Grief

Posted on September 11th, 2018
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Peace (noun): freedom from disturbance; quiet and tranquility. Grief (noun): deep sorrow, especially caused by someone’s death. Peace and grief, two terms that seemingly do not belong together. No one wants to think about what a loss is going to feel like, what that grief process is going to look like. Honestly, you never really […]

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Celebrating What Matters

Posted on August 21st, 2018
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One word can sum up most of our cultural practices. Significance. Much of what we do is striving to establish significance.  We celebrate births, graduations, weddings and many other special occasions.  There are practices that are specific to different groups, religions, ethnicities, etc…  Regardless of what those customs are, each serve as a marker.  They […]

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