In this world of instant (and constant) communication and social connections, news travels fast; so, naturally this begs the question: Are obituaries still important? After all, thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms, we very quickly learn when someone in our extended circle of friends has passed away. So, why does having a detailed obituary really matter? Actually, there are several reasons…
At Stillinger Family Funeral Home in Greenfield, Indiana, it’s no accident that the word “family” is part of our brand. And even though David Stillinger and the Stillinger family owns and operates the Hancock County funeral home, we believe the word “family” is significant in two other ways:
Funeral home event centers are becoming more commonplace. While this might seem strange at first, the more you think about it, the more sense it makes. Let’s explore why funeral home event centers are the perfect alternative for many family and community events and special occasions.
At Stillinger Family Funeral Home, we take very seriously the privilege and responsibility of serving families in Greenfield, Indiana, surrounding Hancock County communities, and beyond. That’s why we crafted a statement of “Our Why”. And that’s the reason our “why” impacts our “how” for providing professional funeral services and personal customer experiences one family at a time. Here’s what we mean:
Most industries have important standards and marks of excellence; in the funeral industry, professional affiliations with recognized organizations can be a symbol of trust in a time of need. At Stillinger Family Funeral Home in Greenfield, Indiana, we are honored to be recognized by, and affiliated with, not only national funeral industry organizations, but also many local community groups. Let’s take a closer look:
Choosing a cemetery plot might seem simple enough, but there can be many factors to consider. Simply put, a cemetery plot – for those who choose burial or internment of their cremated remains – is both a final resting place and a final piece of earthly real estate. So, it helps to approach choosing a cemetery plot as you would any time you buy a plot of land. Let’s look at some of the considerations: