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2020

Keohane Funeral Home in Phase III of the Governor’s Plan during COVID-19

The entire Keohane Funeral Home team has worked persistently to both care for families and protect the public health in the face of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we ha

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2020

What We Learned by Serving Families During COVID-19

One of the most important things we learned by serving families at this time is that the COVID-19 crisis has proven the value of advance planning and the importance of funeral rituals. Ou

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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

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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 b

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2019

What Do I Do with Flowers from a Funeral?

Giving flowers at a funeral is a time-honored tradition of expressing sympathy to the family of a deceased loved one. The use of funeral flowers is a way to both remember a loved one and

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2019

What Do I Need to Know in Choosing the Final Resting Place for My Loved One?

Selecting a final resting place for a loved one is an important decision. You want to choose a peaceful location with some connection or significance to your loved one’s life. There are m

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2019

Planning a Post Funeral Reception

A reception following a funeral is an opportunity for friends and family to support one another, share stories and memories of someone they cared about, connect with others who are grievi

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2019

Why Do I Need a Death Certificate and How Do I Get One?

When a loved one dies, the death must be registered with the state within a few days. The vital records office then issues copies of the death certificate – an official, government-issued

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2019

Is Cremation Environmentally Friendly?

While cremation can be friendlier to the environment than other methods of final disposition, cremation does have an impact on the environment – from the energy necessary to complete the

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2019

Planting a Remembrance Tree to Honor a Loved One

Planting a tree in memory of a loved one is a gift that will grow over time and provide a living memorial for you to visit and remember your friend or relative. If the loved one was crema

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