If you are planning on doing some shopping at Kuhn’s Market this weekend, be sure to stop and check out the free health screening and snacks at the Open House of Hometown Pharmacy. Jennifer Antkowiak will also be on hand to provide a number of complimentary signed books! Continue reading
To celebrate Memorial Day and to honor those who have served our country in the Armed Forces, Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes presents Todd DePastino, founder of the Veterans Breakfast Club. Check the flier for details! Continue reading
As a business that participates in the Pittsburgh based group, Life Service Providers, we would like to invite you to come to the Senior and Carevgivers Resource Expo at the Galleria of Mt. Lebanon on Friday, June 15th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jennifer Antkowiak will be on hand to do a presentation on Take Care Tips and Silver Sneakers will also be there for a work out session. Hope to see you there! Continue reading
If you are a caregiver and would like further education on topics affecting your family, please check the flier for helpful seminars! Continue reading
If you know a child that has experienced the loss of a loved one, please check the flier for details on a one day camp for grieving children. Two of our funeral directors, Ashley Fryer and Kelly Keddie will be on hand to help with activities. The program is free and includes a lunch sponsored by Comfort Keepers!
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On April 27, 2012, Canonsburg General Hospital will hold a dinner at McNary Center for those who are grieving. The event starts at 6 p.m. and the cost is $6.50. For reservations, please call 724-745-6100 ext. 4118 no later than April 23rd.
Canonsburg Hospital will sponsor a 6 part bereavement series on Wednesdays beginning in April and continuing through May. Please fee free to share this flier if you know of anyone who might find this helpful! Continue reading
1. Who do I call when a death occurs?
a. That depends on where you are and under what circumstances the deceased died. If your loved one was at home, and not under hospice care, it is necessary to call 911. If the deceased was at home and receiving hospice care, your first call should be to the hospice nurse so that they may come to the residence to pronounce death and obtain the coroner or medical examiner’s approval for the body to be released to the funeral director. Continue reading