Etiquette Lesson: What to Wear to a Funeral

A funeral is a somber occasion, therefore it is important to be aware of tradition and cultural expectations when you decide what you are going to wear to a funeral or memorial service. It’s important, because in some societies, certain colors mean celebration while here in the United States, we may not associate it with a funeral. Read on so that you can make an informed decision the next time you attend a funeral. The last thing you want to do is worry about your clothing after the death of a friend or a loved one. Continue reading

The Ultimate Sendoff: Sending a cremated body into space.

We live our lives always wanting to be our best and do our best. After our death, people we love remember us for the good we gave to this world and to others. There are many ways to remember our loved ones, but one way that is rarely thought of for the person in your life is by sending their cremated body into space. Yes, space, the “star, sun, and moon” space.  It is possible to send your loved one into space. Continue reading

Grief Support Group

Beinhauers is happy to host a topical Grief Support Group  series sponsored by Interim Hospice. Each month, a professional offers a workshop with practical tips for tackling a particular area of life that has been impacted by the loss of a loved one. April’s workshop on Thursday, 4/6 was entitled Cooking for OneHow to Eat Healthfully and Deliciously on a Small Scale.
Thank you to the owner of Growing the Seed, Meredith Hartlage, for leading the group through this encouraging and delicious presentation! 
Attendance at each month’s workshop is free to the public. Stay tuned for information about May’s event!