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funeral planning

Taking the time to plan your funeral can save time and stress for grieving family members, and give you the chance to personalize your celebration of life.
According to Statistics Canada, the proportion of women working in the funeral industry has nearly doubled since 1995. And at Humber College today, women comprise about 75 per cent of students who enrol in the funeral services program. There are a few reasons why the time is now for more women to get involved in the funeral industry -- and why a career in this field shouldn't be overlooked.
This weekend a piece of Ontario history burned to the ground with the overnight loss of the St. Jacob's farmer's market. Ironically
Recently a 97-year-old New York man left his $40 million fortune to....no one. People need to encourage their friends and family to start sharing their wishes and their wants...to make it an acceptable discussion topic.
When it comes to our own plans, think of how much easier it would be for our loved ones if we have made it clear ahead of time what we want when that final day arrives. Now I am not planning on checking out any time soon, but when I do I am ready.