Pittsburgh, PA (April 27, 2015) – The decision-making process when a loved one dies can be overwhelming. For family members with no formal religious affiliation, the funeral arrangements and final tribute can be downright daunting.
With decades of experience serving families in need, Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes knows this firsthand and is enhancing the level of services offered to families by increasing its certified celebrants. Recently certified are Funeral Directors Scott Beinhauer and Sheila Coquet.
Do You Have to Write a Eulogy
You’ve been asked to write and deliver a eulogy for a friend or family member, and while you are honored to do so, you may never have prepared one before. You’d like to capture your relative’s or friend’s best traits, but aren’t sure how to begin—or end. Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes would like to offer you a few tips about how to craft a heartfelt eulogy that will honor the deceased’s memory.
What to Consider When Planning Funeral Receptions
If you are planning a funeral reception after a loved one’s funeral service, you probably want to tie everyone’s requests together and consider travel plans so that you may find a convenient location of all who plan to participate. The funeral luncheon is an important part of a life tribute, allowing family and friends the opportunity to eat, talk and reminisce. Here are some ideas that you can use when planning a funeral reception.