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2016

Featured FAQ: What is a Funeral Celebrant?

A Funeral Celebrant is a trained and certified non-clergy professional who officiates at funerals, helping families without a particular church affiliation, to create a personal and meaningful

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2015

Featured FAQ: Should Children Attend Funerals?

A funeral is an important lifecycle event for the entire family, and children should be included to the extent to which they are able in order to help them through the grieving process. The de

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2015

Featured FAQ: Should I Pre-Plan Funeral Arrangements?

We encourage advance planning for funeral arrangements as a loving way of reducing stress for grief-stricken loved ones; making sure that end-of-life decisions will be respected; and alleviati

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2015

Quincy’s Legendary Locals Celebrated in New Book

From Presidents to punk bands, the sons and daughters of Quincy have shaped the face of the nation and the character of the town they called home. Author Jack Encarnacao is something of a local l

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2013

Celebrating 22 Years of Service

After 22 years of service, Bill Mitchell of Hull, Massachusetts, recently retired from Pyne Keohane Funeral Home. [caption id="attachment_11623" align="alignleft" width="110"]

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2013

Featured FAQ: Now that the funeral is over, what else do I need to address?

There are some important things that need to be done once the funeral is over and friends and relatives have left. Keep in mind that your funeral director is a great resource for you even after the f

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2013

Celebrants

There is a common assumption that funerals are tied to religious beliefs. Well, a funeral can certainly reflect religion and incorporate the specific beliefs of the family, but the service is really

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