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ICCFA Show Draws Attention to Cemetery Vases
Theft of cemetery vases was a topic of great discussion at the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association yearly convention. Granger Plastics, the manufacturer of ForeverSafe products, exhibited at ICCFA show in Tampa, FL April 10-13. This was the company's debut at the show, touted as one of the largest in the industry. Granger released ForeverSafe Products, which includes a line ...
WWII horse soldier honored as hero at military funeral
A horse-drawn carriage accompanied by a riderless horse carried Corporal George W. Radney to his final resting place at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Coldspring on Wednesday, May 15. Radney was one of the l
VAN DORAN Edward P, of Goshen, NY, died Mon, May 13, 2013. VISIT: 2-4 & 7-9pm Thurs, May 16, Donovan Funeral Home, Inc, 82 S. Church St, Goshen, NY. FUNERAL: 10am Fri, May 17, First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, NY.
Funeral arrangements set for Westland firefighter who died in strip mall blaze
Funeral arrangements have been set for Wayne-Westland firefighter Brian Alfred Woehlke of Dearborn, who died while fighting a blaze at a strip mall Wednesday morning in Westland.
Funeral family keeping it traditional
A TRADITIONAL approach to funerals is being offered by a new South Tyneside businesswoman.
A Museum Plot for Green-Wood Cemetery
Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery, now 175 years old, is the subject of a new show, “A Beautiful Way to Go,” at the Museum of the City of New York.