Saturday, October 26, 2013

Sterling Silver Antiqued Cuff Bracelet

Find comfort in your faith with one of these cuff-style bracelets. Made of sterling silver, the cuffs are crafted with either the "Faith" or the Ichthus symbol of Christianity.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Drive-Thru Funeral Home

A funeral home in Compton offers drive-thru funerals behind bullet proof glass. The dead are laid out behind a glass window no different from a department store display or a McDonald's drive through window. As discussed on Episode 40 of 'The Glory Hole' comedy podcast entitled 'The Voodoo Priests'.

'The Glory Hole' is Rob Sprance, Franco DelValle, Chris Fortney and Big Mike
Check out 'The Glory Hole' and other great shows at

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Southern Magnolia Tree

This magnificent magnolia is known for its deep green leaves and rich, red velvet underside.

• Beautifully packaged as a meaningful gift to send to that special someone.

• Each tree comes covered in 100% natural jute with its own set of care instructions, small watering tool, and gift card.

• A magnolia suited for the recipient’s zip code will be selected.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

The Never Forget Pendant & Chain

The Never Forget Pendant & Chain is sterling silver, is designed by Deborah J. Birdoes, and is from her "Inspirational Blessings™" collection of jewelry.

• A beautiful reminder of a loved one that has passed.

• This item comes with an 18" chain, pre-packaged in a gift box.

• Also included is a card with a verse from scripture.

Quote from Scripture:

"But watch out! Be very careful never to forget what you have seen the LORD

do for you. Do not let these things escape from your mind as long as you live! And be sure to pass

them on to your children and grandchildren." Deuteronomy 4:9

More Information HERE

Monday, October 14, 2013

Precious Moments My Soldier, My Hero Figurine

Precious Moments My Soldier, My Hero figurine is a caring and patriotic way to honor a serviceman’s courage and sacrifice for us all. This figurine features a loving couple embracing; they could be saying goodbye or returning to each other following active duty.

• Made of Bisque porcelain.

• Dimensions: 4.70”W X 5.20” H X 2.75” L

• Weighs .90 lbs

Friday, October 11, 2013

Patriotic Throw

The patriotic and faithful message on this blanket is appropriate for any occasion by so very special when you want to express your sympathy in a unique and lasting way. We will personalize your gift by attaching a dedication or gift card and will complete the card according to your instructions.

• An appropriate gift to express your support to the grieving family

• 50" wide x 60" tall

• 100% Cotton


"One Nation Under God"

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Many Ways Of Honoring Life

Honoring the achievements of your loved ones and celebrating the life you shared together are the cornerstones of healing after loss

It's All about the Relationship
It's All about the Relationship
Honoring the life of your loved one means you value the relationship you shared. We look forward to helping you decide how to celebrate that bond, and honor the unique individual you've lost. We can make suggestions to enhance your tribute ideas. Together we will create a fitting and memorable event. Contact us today to discuss the possibilities.

Tribute Videos
Tribute Videos
Your family photographs are skillfully blended with wonderful graphic images and music, to create an elegantly emotive cinematic video. It can be an integral part of any funeral or memorial service. After the ceremony, the video is sure to become a treasured family keepsake. And, we can make copies as gifts for family and friends.

Personalized Printing
Personalized Printing
Our memorial bookmarks, service programs, prayer cards, and folders can all include a favorite photo, poem or prose tribute to your loved one. We can add a uniquely caring element to your service, so your guests can leave with a treasured keepsake.

Memorial Websites
Memorial Websites
The traditional newspaper obituary is quickly being replaced by the memorial website. We’ve taken the concept further than anyone else. Our memorial sites are not just a repository of family photos and videos; they’re Web 2.0 tools for connecting with family and friends, all in honor of your loved one. We invite you to take a tour, so you can see its power to celebrate connections, honor a life, and record the love you shared.

Live Funeral Webcasting
Live Funeral Webcasting
The newest innovation in funeral service, webcasting, allows everyone you love to attend your loved one's service. A webcast is viewed live over the Internet, and archived for delayed viewing.

Music is important part of a funeral service. The bagpipes have been commemorating the loss of loved ones for hundreds of years. The Bagpipes are a powerfully touch to our deepest emotions, and express feelings that words alone may fail to convey.

Musician & Soloist

The music at the services should reflect your loved one’s life. Live musicians up lift the spirit; a complete band, soloist, pianist, guitarist, or any other type of music. A bagpipe at the graveside or a trumpet playing taps can be very memorable.

Dove Release
A flock of white doves are usually released at the end of the graveside ceremony. The flock circles overhead several times before flying back to their home. The dove symbolizes the departed spirit making its final journey home.

Horse-Drawn Funeral Coach
The vintage, late 19th century horse-drawn funeral coach is a unique tribute available for graveside services. In this time-honored manner, a horse-drawn funeral coach adds a touch of elegance to any service.

Butterfly Release
Many people believe that butterflies symbolize spirit, representing freedom and beauty as they take flight. When we experience the vital connection between butterflies and nature, we tend to instinctively feel that peace and harmony are truly around us. Why not invite a butterfly release to your loved one’s memorial service, to help celebrate a life lived?

Learn More about Honoring Your Loved One
You knew your loved one better than anyone else. We’ve got years of experience. Together, we’ll design the perfect memorial or funeral service for your loved one. If you're ready to discuss the options, or simply have questions about our services, please call us at (707) 425-4697, or send us an email inquiry.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Footprints Bracelet

This bangle bracelet offers a hopeful message on one side and a contemporary image of footprints on the other. You can send this gift as a message of support and encouragement to express sympathy or for any occasion.

Message:  "Follow the footprints of the Lord they will lead you through troubled times"

• Shipped as seen in an attractive gift box. 

• Your gift message will be created in the form of a gold embossed card attached to your gift

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Funeral Etiquette: What Shouldn't You Do?

Don't feel that you have to stay.
If you make a visit during calling hours there's no reason your stay has to be a lengthy one.

Don't be afraid to laugh.
Remembering their loved one fondly can mean sharing a funny story or two. Just be mindful of the time and place; if others are sharing, then you may do so too. There is simply no good reason you shouldn't talk about the deceased in a happy, positive tone.

Don't feel you have to view the deceased if there is an open casket.
Act according to what is comfortable to you.

Don't allow your children to be a disturbance.
If you feel they might be, then leave them with a sitter. But, if the deceased meant something to them, it's a good idea to invite them to share in the experience.

Don't leave your cell phone on.
Switch it off before entering the funeral home, or better yet, leave it in the car. All too often, we see people checking their cell phones for messages during the services.

Don't neglect to step into the receiving line.
Simply say how sorry you are for their loss, offer up your own name and how you knew the deceased.

Don't be too hard on yourself if you make a mistake.
Everyone does, and you can be sure that an apology may be all that's needed to mend and soothe.

When it's all over, always remember to continue to offer support and love to the bereaved. The next few months are a time when grieving friends and relatives could need you most. Let them know that your support did not end with the funeral.