Honor Your Pet with Dignified Funeral Services

Honor Your Pet with Dignified Funeral Services

Posted on February 27th, 2017 by RevLocal Content
Pets and Animals
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As a loving member of your family, your pet merits a dignified “sendoff” upon his or her demise. With pet cremation services from Schoedinger Funeral and Cremation Services, families have a means of honoring their beloved pet upon their departure from this realm.  


Burial or Cremation: Which is Best?

Burial or Cremation: Which is Best?

Posted on February 13th, 2017 by RevLocal Content
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There are a lot of decisions to be made when someone dear to you dies. One of the first questions that will be asked is if you want the remains buried or cremated. If you have never given much thought to this, you may find yourself wondering what to do. The Difference Between Burial and […]


It's the Time of Year to Pre-Plan

It’s the Time of Year to Pre-Plan

Posted on January 30th, 2017 by RevLocal Content
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Preplanning a funeral is so important, but it’s not something people like to discuss. Unfortunately, many people die unexpectedly for a vast array of reasons, and the stress of planning a funeral may sometimes lead to hurt feelings and arguments between family members. One of the best gifts you can give your loved ones is […]


What is Music-Thanatology?

Posted on January 16th, 2017 by RevLocal Content
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About a year ago I heard a story about a family in northern Ohio who used harp music to calm the fears of a loved one that was actively dying. For years I have known the benefits of music therapy in many applications including the Music and Memory program, as well as with hospice. However, […]


A New Camp Hope – A New Tradition of Healing

A New Camp Hope – A New Tradition of Healing

Posted on January 2nd, 2017 by RevLocal Content
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When we decided to take the camp in a new direction, we were traveling into somewhat uncharted territories. We had so many years working with Marmon Valley Farms and with equine therapy that trying something new was partly scary (would families even be interested? would we find the right partners?) and partly exciting (what new […]