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.
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.” […]
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 […]
The very first “video” game I ever played was at my friend, Nancy’s house and it was based on basic commands and the results. For example, “go south” would result in “You stand in front of a large brick building with many windows and concrete pillars in front. A plaque on the wall reads ‘Evans […]
A couple of weeks ago I attended the ADEC (Association for Death Educators and Counselors) conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Amongst this group of professionals it is well known that we live in a death-denying society. Statistics are showing that more and more people are choosing cremations and more are choosing to have no services at […]