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    December 17, 2018
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Consider ohese ohonghis by Debbie J. Thompson Owner/Funeral Director/CPC CHOOSING A PLOT While some individuals prefer to be buried in the place where they grew up, others seek to select a burial plot in the place where they have come to live as adults. Many people also take the location of immediate family members into careful consideration, because they are the ones most likely to make regular visits to the grave. Regardless of the factors involved, the choice of a plot is best made as part of a pre-planning approach. Leaving the choice to the deceased's survivors can place a heavy burden on those involved. Burial in a veterans' cemetery includes a plot, opening and closing of the grave, perpetual care, a headstone, and military honors, all without charge. Keep in mind if there are any other considerations that are important to you, such as religious requirements that the cemetery may or may not be able to meet, the types and sizes of headstone or grave makers that the cemetery allows, or the types of personal memorials or decorations that may be placed on graves. If you are interested in learning more about the burial services we offer, please call or visit our beautiful funeral home. Coming together after the loss of a loved one is an essential part of the healing process. Celebrating Lives and Healing Hearts. QUOTE: "Heaven lent you a soul, Earth will lend a grave." Christian Nestell Bovee Thompson SPRING GROVE FUNERAL HOME 8103 Wilmot Road. Spring Grove 815-675-0550