Funeral & Obituary News for
Funeral home offers drive-thru visitation
Owners of a local funeral home decided to make saying your final goodbyes a little more convenient.
State watchdog slow to pick up on funeral-home fraud
The work of state funeral-home investigators over the past couple of years helped put three funeral directors in prison, indict two more on felony charges and lay the groundwork for a likely sixth case. But often, the fraud had been going on for more than a decade before anyone noticed at the Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors.
French criminal arranges own funeral to escape justice
Paris (AFP) - A French criminal came up with a cunning plan to escape the long arm of the law by announcing his own funeral, which both the police and his unsuspecting granny attended.
Funeral for boy killed in boat fire
Family and friends of 11-year-old Charlie Birely gave their final goodbyes to the boy Saturday afternoon at his funeral.
Criminal fakes funeral
A French criminal came up with a cunning plan to escape the long arm of the law by announcing his own funeral, which both the police and his unsuspecting granny attended.
A checklist helps avoid extra funeral-planning stress
The passing of a loved one is always a difficult and emotional time. Dealing with the funeral adds on extra anxiety and tension. It is hard to make funeral decisions when in this state. There are a lot of little details that need to be worked out, especially when it comes to the funeral. Creating a budget and a checklist will help you from adding any undue stress.