We have heard thousands of questions, and chosen to provide you with the answers to some of the more common questions relating to a funeral, a funeral service and funeral homes.
You'll find the answers to some of the most common questions relating to the value of a funeral, or memorial service, the practices of funeral service and funeral home operation.
Accepted customs of dress and behavior in a funeral have changed over time, but courtesy never goes out of style. Here's what we'd like you to know about funeral etiquette.
We’re experts in this field, so allow us walk you through all of your cemetery questions. We’re here to help you turn this experience into an opportunity to celebrate life. However, if you still have questions, please reach out. We’re here to help and to make this process as easy and painless as possible.
You’re not an expert on funerals and cemeteries. And we don’t want you to be. Find many answers here.
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Merchandise & Prices
American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home: Midland, Odessa, TX is proud to offer our families the finest in cremation and burial products. We invite you to review our selection prior to meeting with a member of our staff for the arrangement conference.
We believe that trust is built on a relationship of openness and honesty. Our prices and payment methods will be explained clearly and openly.
Figuring out all the answers when you’re trying to plan a service can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve created these resource guides as helpful tools to walk you through every step of the process.
When planning a funeral, the more support, the better. Browse resources that could help.
Written and recited in praise of a person – frequently someone that is retired, elderly, extremely ill, or deceased – a eulogy is a
When someone passes away, one manner of opportunity for friends and family to say goodbye and pay tribut
In America, funeral services are a common occurrence. They help people mourn and heal by allowing them to come together
At American Heritage Cemetery Funeral Home Crematory, we know how important it is, to some people that that their preferences surrounding their funeral are honored.
Your family deserves a peaceful, sacred experience, always. These cemetery rules and regulations ensure respect for all, while you focus on your own strength, cherishing and recognizing the wonderful life that your loved one led, and spending time with those close to you.
We consider our cemetery sacred ground. So composed a few rules to keep it beautiful.
Grief & Guidance
When someone passes away, part of the entire process of saying farewell, honoring the deceased, etc.
There are few of us today who are not at least marginally familiar with what a basic funeral is all about. We may hav
In America, a large portion of the population wishes to have a funeral service of one type or another, when they have lost a loved one.
A child's social development can be affected by bereavement. They may display immature behavior, conduct that is opposite their...
The Catholics believe that life is a precious gift from God and your loved one’s passing is actually the beginning of his or her journey to a new life.
Religious or cultural funerals are a time for friends and loved ones to gather, mark the passing of someone who meant the world to them, and celebrate their life.
At American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home Crematory, because we are a family owned business, we have a complete and total understanding of the importance of family, culture, tradition, and religion.
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