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Near-Death Experiences: The Story Continues …

Posted on September 28th, 2016 by RevLocal Content
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In January we published an article on near-death experiences. I wasn’t sure how the community would respond because I realize this can be quite a controversial subject. However, I then read an article on DailyMail that talked about how survivors “feel” their deceased loved ones for some time after their death.


Long Life Is About More Than Money

Long Life Is About More Than Money

Posted on September 7th, 2016 by RevLocal Content
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I read a lot of journals and articles that pertain to the healthcare and funeral industries. Recently I came across an article that I just found intriguing and decided to share this information. It was titled: “The Rich Live Longer Everywhere. For the Poor, Geography Matters.” View an interactive national map here.


That Takes the Cake!

That Takes the Cake!

Posted on August 24th, 2016 by RevLocal Content
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Last year Schoedinger underwent the process of completely renovating the Northwest (Upper Arlington) chapel. A rigorous schedule enabled them to serve their first family at the new chapel in December of last year. This past June was the official Open House for the new building.


What is ADEC & Thanatology?

What is ADEC and Thanatology?

Posted on August 10th, 2016 by RevLocal Content
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Most of the people I come into contact with day-to-day have no idea what the term “thanatology” means. According to the dictionary, it is defined as “the study of the effects of death and dying, especially the investigation of ways to lessen the suffering and address the needs of the terminally ill and their survivors.” […]


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1,100 Miles Is Not Too Far — A Funeral Story

Posted on July 27th, 2016 by RevLocal Content
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In early March of this year, Edwin Smith (not his real name) died at his winter home in Florida. Edwin was a very well-known antique dealer and florist. Having lived in Columbus, New York, Connecticut and Florida, Edwin was a bit of a rolling stone. The family owns many spaces at Green Lawn cemetery, so […]