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Chatham-Kent is Home

Spring is here, and Easter is less than a week away. Among all the rebirth and renewal, we are seeing in our gardens, and reminded of in a roundabout way with bunnies and chocolate eggs, it is a ti...
By Jacob Rowe
Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Parting Stone

“Parting Stones”--Is this an option for my loved one’s cremated remains?           As a Funeral Director, I often hear families say that they have not decided on what to d...
By Michael McCracken
Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Good Grief

'Good Grief' is the go-to expression of frustration in the world of Peanuts, from that loveable Charlie Brown.  Well maybe it should have been Charlie Brown in Lucy’s Counselling Booth.  ...
By Dan Ouimette
Wednesday, February 3, 2021

New Year, New Outlooks to Life!

A new year brings new outlooks to life.  The ever changing world around us can seem very unsettling.  Depressing news, COVID updates, lockdowns, loss of loved ones, and the list goes on.&...
By Michael McCracken
Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Live Streaming

As Covid-19 restrictions continue to fluctuate, the need for a funeral remains constant. Funeral Homes have been tasked with acquiring the appropriate technologies to allow for families to take par...
By Nathan McKinlay
Wednesday, January 13, 2021

New Years Resolution

Reading the news is as cemented in my morning routine as a cup (or two) of coffee. Without fail the lingering days of the closing year, and the first week of the new, are embodied by articles about...
By Jacob Rowe
Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Therapeutic Pets

I worked in Healthcare for eight years, before making the decision to pursue a career as a Funeral Director. While serving in a Nursing Home setting, I witnessed firsthand the therapeutic effect fu...
By Brooke Colby-Dubuque
Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Previous Posts

Chatham-Kent is Home

Spring is here, and Easter is less than a week away. Among all the rebirth and renewal, we are seeing in our gardens, and reminded of in a roundabout way with bunnies and chocolate eggs, it is a ti...

Parting Stone

“Parting Stones”--Is this an option for my loved one’s cremated remains?           As a Funeral Director, I often hear families say that they have not decided on what to d...

Good Grief

'Good Grief' is the go-to expression of frustration in the world of Peanuts, from that loveable Charlie Brown.  Well maybe it should have been Charlie Brown in Lucy’s Counselling Booth.  ...

New Year, New Outlooks to Life!

A new year brings new outlooks to life.  The ever changing world around us can seem very unsettling.  Depressing news, COVID updates, lockdowns, loss of loved ones, and the list goes on.&...

Live Streaming

As Covid-19 restrictions continue to fluctuate, the need for a funeral remains constant. Funeral Homes have been tasked with acquiring the appropriate technologies to allow for families to take par...

New Years Resolution

Reading the news is as cemented in my morning routine as a cup (or two) of coffee. Without fail the lingering days of the closing year, and the first week of the new, are embodied by articles about...

Therapeutic Pets

I worked in Healthcare for eight years, before making the decision to pursue a career as a Funeral Director. While serving in a Nursing Home setting, I witnessed firsthand the therapeutic effect fu...