Our Beloved Pets and Their Tragic Passing

Posted on January 21st, 2020
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After being in our lives for many years, a pet becomes part of the family. When they become a beloved part of your family, their untimely passing feels that much more tragic. These pets brought so much joy and happiness into our lives, making their passing harsh and unwelcoming. Accepting animals into our families also […]

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Holidays and Seasonal Depression

Posted on December 24th, 2019
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The holiday season is typically a jolly time full of love and gift-giving with close friends and family. It’s generally a care-free and fun time of the year. Giving gifts and spending time with those close to you is something many people look forward to every year. Although it may be fun for a lot […]

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Financial Benefits of Pre-Planning

Posted on October 22nd, 2019
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Not many people want to think ahead to when they won’t be around anymore. It’s very sad and it can be rough to think about, but it wouldn’t be without cause. Planning ahead has tremendous benefits when choosing Ziemer. Pre-planning with Ziemer means getting a price quoted today and having your funeral services guaranteed forever. […]

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The Fallen Heroes Program

Posted on September 24th, 2019
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At Ziemer Funeral Home, we are proud to be a part of “The Fallen Heroes Program”. This is our way of honoring brave individuals that make sacrifices every day to be in their respective lines of duty. Police officers, firefighters, emergency medial technicians, and soldiers in the Armed Forces are all recognized for their commitment […]

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Why We Love Therapy Pets

Posted on August 29th, 2019
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By loose definition, pet therapy is generally a guided interaction between people and trained animals. Pet therapy usually involves the use of dogs and/or cats to comfort those of us experiencing hard times, or even a wide variety of health issues. Here at Ziemer, we have two wonderful therapy dogs, named Milo and Aree, in […]

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