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2020

COVID-19 FUNERAL HOME UPDATE & INFORMATION

Today, in the face of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, our team remains steadfastly resolute in our commitment to caring for those who have died and, in an equally important way, those who survive them. To that end, our team is working diligently to respond compassionately, safely and efficiently to the needs of the communities we serve as we unite in the fight to contain this pandemic.

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2020

5 Tips for What to Do with a Loved One’s Belongings After the Funeral

Losing a loved one can be difficult and overwhelming. Following the funeral, one of the most challenging things is deciding what to do with your loved one’s belongings. This can be a heart-wrenching experience because you are sorting through pieces of that person’s life, and you may have memories attached to many of those items. As with grief, there are no right or wrong choices.

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2020

How Can I Help My Child Express Feelings About Grief?

After the death of a loved one or someone important, children may feel many different emotions and will need adult support to cope with the grief experience. Caring adults can make a big impact during these times in helping children make sense of what happened.

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2020

Retired Weymouth Police Chief Richard Grimes Leaves the Department Better Than Ever.

With a 42-year career in law enforcement including ten years as Police Chief in Weymouth, Richard Grimes left a legacy of commitment to the community; a reputation for professionalism and pride in the Weymouth Police Department; a successful K9 division; and a web of connections to the greater law enforcement community.

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2020

Featured FAQ: Can I Pay for My Funeral with Life Insurance?

Yes, you can pay for your funeral with a life insurance policy, but it’s not always that simple. Many families find that at the time of need, the policy is no longer available or does not cover all the expenses. The most reliable way to secure funds to pay for your funeral is through advance planning with pre-payment of a funeral plan.

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2019

Conversation Starters for Meaningful Conversations with Your Grandkids

With the fast-changing pace of technology, the generation gap may seem wider than ever. And many families today live scattered across the country or even the globe, making it harder to get to know one another. But having meaningful conversations with your grandchildren helps to bridge that gap and to deepen the relationship across the generations. Here are some helpful tips on how to start those meaningful conversations.

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2019

Remembering Your Loved Ones at the Holidays

Whether you have recently lost someone, or it has been many years since your loved one has passed, you may be anxious about facing the holidays without your beloved family member, friend or pet. Regardless of when the loss occurred, you may feel the absence of a loved one most acutely during the holiday season because of the holiday memories, traditions, and rituals that involved that person or pet.

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2019

Five Ways to Give Back During This Season of Thanks

At this time of year, we become aware of giving thanks for all of the bounty and the blessings in our lives. At Keohane, we are grateful for all the families that put their trust in us during some of the most difficult times of their lives.

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2019

Help Wreaths Across America Honor Veterans with a Memorial Wreath for the Holidays

As we remember our veterans this month, Keohane is proud to help with fundraising efforts for Wreaths Across America, an annual nation-wide event to remember the fallen, honor those that serve, and teach the next generation about the value of freedom. Help us support Wreaths Across America in their goal to lay a wreath at every one of the 7,300 veterans’ graves throughout all the cemeteries in Quincy.

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2019

Pre-Planning Your Funeral Helps to Prevent Family Conflict

The death of a loved one is a difficult time that can bring up strong emotions and possible disagreements over aspects of the funeral arrangements such as whether the deceased should be buried or cremated, who should bear the costs of the funeral, or what type of funeral service should be held. The best way to avoid family conflict at such a stressful time is to pre-plan your funeral to let your loved ones know your wishes.

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