Funerals Don’t Have to be Grave
Christmas is the season for promoting the warmth and joy of family and friends. Sometimes our loved ones can’t physically be present to share it with us. It can be a painful experience to watch a loved one pass, and even more pressing to plan a funeral. Losing someone close can also bring understanding. The memories and stories of people’s lives can unite and inspire especially in moments of vulnerability.
Bayer Cemetery Brokers understands a family’s needs when planning a funeral.
Glory Bayer talked about family legacy a few months ago on this blog. She talked of the importance of stories and how funerals, with many generations of family present, can usher forth emotional recounts of lives lived well. She also spoke of how those stories can instill values; teach us lessons about ourselves and about life from people of our own blood. Making the funeral experience memorable is one of the greatest gifts you can give your family because it is a chance for you to build a legacy with them.
‘I want people to throw a party at my funeral.’
A party is just a group of people coming together to have a good time, which is what we do during Christmas. Why shouldn’t a funeral be a party? We have to make every moment in this life count, why not make the passing of those cherished an event that instills a sense of purpose and joy in our families?
Everything must pass. That is why it is important to find a cemetery plot that suits the family and personality of the loved one. Bayer Cemetery Brokers prizes quality of property over everything else with plots in many of the most renowned cemeteries across Los Angeles County, Orange County, the San Fernando Valley and San Bernardino County. Let our family at Bayer help build your family’s legacy.