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Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services is Prepared to Safely Care for Our Families During the COVID-19 Health Emergency

While our nation continues to develop its response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services remains committed to providing the highest quality of care to families in...
By Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Monday, March 16, 2020

The Protocol for Funeral Processions: Ten Things You Should Know

A key part of good funeral etiquette involves following the protocols for the procession. Even if you’ve never participated in one, chances are that you’ve seen a funeral procession—also known as a...
By Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Sunday, March 8, 2020

Six Important Things to Consider When Choosing an Urn

When you’re searching for a cremation urn for your loved one’s remains, it’s important to get it right. You may be surprised by the endless array of options available. From modest wooden boxes to...
By Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Sunday, March 1, 2020

Six Ways You Can Help a Loved One Cope with Hearing Loss

When someone you love experiences hearing loss, your interactions with them may begin to change. Conversations that once felt easy may now be rife with frustration and misunderstanding. The ...
By Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Sunday, February 16, 2020

Have You Ever Wondered Why Cremation is Surging in Popularity?

In 1958, less than 4 percent of Americans were cremated. By 2035, that number is expected to approach 80 percent. What’s behind this massive shift?  As more ...
By Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Saturday, February 8, 2020

Telling Your Parents They Need to Stop Driving Isn’t Easy: These Tips Can Help

At first, you notice that mom or dad doesn’t seem comfortable behind the wheel anymore. They may hesitate a little too often, drive at inappropriate speeds, or frequently j...
By Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Sunday, January 26, 2020

Understanding the Fog of Grief: No, You Aren’t Losing Your Mind

Experiencing brain fog after the death of a loved one? You’re not alone. A significant loss or death can trigger a host of reactions in your body and mind. While you may know to expect t...
By Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services
Thursday, January 16, 2020

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Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services is Prepared to Safely Care for Our Families During the COVID-19 Health Emergency

While our nation continues to develop its response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Batchelor Brothers Funeral Services remains committed to providing the highest quality of care to families in...

The Protocol for Funeral Processions: Ten Things You Should Know

A key part of good funeral etiquette involves following the protocols for the procession. Even if you’ve never participated in one, chances are that you’ve seen a funeral procession—also known as a...

Six Important Things to Consider When Choosing an Urn

When you’re searching for a cremation urn for your loved one’s remains, it’s important to get it right. You may be surprised by the endless array of options available. From modest wooden boxes to...

Six Ways You Can Help a Loved One Cope with Hearing Loss

When someone you love experiences hearing loss, your interactions with them may begin to change. Conversations that once felt easy may now be rife with frustration and misunderstanding. The ...

Have You Ever Wondered Why Cremation is Surging in Popularity?

In 1958, less than 4 percent of Americans were cremated. By 2035, that number is expected to approach 80 percent. What’s behind this massive shift?  As more ...

Telling Your Parents They Need to Stop Driving Isn’t Easy: These Tips Can Help

At first, you notice that mom or dad doesn’t seem comfortable behind the wheel anymore. They may hesitate a little too often, drive at inappropriate speeds, or frequently j...

Understanding the Fog of Grief: No, You Aren’t Losing Your Mind

Experiencing brain fog after the death of a loved one? You’re not alone. A significant loss or death can trigger a host of reactions in your body and mind. While you may know to expect t...