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How Funeral Directors Can Help Their Communities Observe Memorial Day

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For many families, Memorial Day is spent camping, heading to the lake, firing up the grill, and spending time in the sun with family and friends. While observing this holiday can be a wonderful way to bring loved ones together, We should be reminded that Memorial Day is not a day of celebration. It is an important federal holiday for remembering those who bravely served and sacrificed their lives for our country.

Funeral directors spend every day honoring the lives of those who have passed, but Memorial Day is a day of significant importance as we honor our nation’s fallen heroes. As a funeral director, make a difference on this day by encouraging members of your community to take the time to reflect on the sacrifices of our men and women in uniform.

Here are a few ways you can help your community observe Memorial Day.  Read the rest of this entry »

Golden Rule Guidelines: Celebrate Veterans Day!

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Last year, we talked about how Golden Rule funeral homes observed Veterans Day.

This year, we will present you with some ideas on how you can honor veterans this November!

1.Make a gesture to show gratitude and support

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Host a brunch for the community. Be sure to recognize any veterans employed in the funeral home, as well as those living in the community. Here are some easy brunch recipes to help you decide what to serve.  Read the rest of this entry »

Golden Rule Funeral Homes are Taking Time to Honor Veterans.

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November 11, 1918 marked the temporary cessation of hostilities, or an armistice, between Allied nations  and Germany and the eventual end of World War I. In honor of that day, November 11 has become known as Veterans Day, a day to “honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.” [1]

Many OGR members, Golden Rule funeral homes, take time each November to honor the veterans in their community. We decided to share some of their stories.  Read the rest of this entry »