Tag Archives: George Funeral Home & Cremation Center.

An Excerpt

Last week, I ordered a book about a very special man. His name is Danny Dietz. His website is sponsored by a dear friend and mentor, Jim Rudolph of Veterans Funeral Care. He was portrayed by Emile Hirsch in the … Continue reading

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A Post About Death. Imagine That?

A story about: Life and death…. Using small funerals to prepare for big funerals….. Remembering someone accurately the way they were in life. “Charbonay”…. A heart warming story that Jenny calls 101 Years She “gets” it.

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Wow!

People are always looking for ways to keep the cost of funerals down and/or getting more directly involved…but isn’t this taking it just a bit too far? Thanks to @calebWilde

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Why Not “His” Way?

Fr. Alan McDonald asks the question, “Why do modern Catholic funeral rites glass over death and judgement and jump directly to heaven? It has often concerned me that some priests seem to get very secular when it comes to funerals…or … Continue reading

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“A Small, Relatively Obscure Southern Town”

Opening Paragraphs Although I’m in the middle of several books, I’ll start this one over the weekend. What was so special about Aiken, South Carolina, that drew the country’s wealthiest and most powerful families there each winter, beginning in the … Continue reading

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Gruesome Discovery

Local authorities held a brief press conference this afternoon releasing information suggesting a serial killer may be on the loose in Aiken. Concerned that this killer has been targeting some of Aiken’s “Winter residents” who are known to be seen … Continue reading

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Another Lead

So, what are you reading this week? Opening paragraphs: “This is my second book on Franklin D. Roosevelt, the first having been Roosevelt’s Secret War, a history of FDR and World War II espionage published in 2004. Both that book … Continue reading

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