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Celebration of Life Campus on Schedule for Autumn Opening

Campus is the Site of Arlington’s Funeral Home & Cremation Tribute Center After years of discussions, reviews and planning, the Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home will be a reality in Fall 2019. However, as we progressed through the planning stages, it became apparent that what we were creating was something…...

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Podcast: Field of Memories at Arlington

[PODCAST] Daniel Applegate with George Zahn of WMKV/WLHS.  Originally aired:  May 17, 2019 – 30 minutes George Zahn of WMKV/WLHS Maple Knoll Radio and Dan Applegate, President and CEO of The Arlington Memorial Gardens,  discuss Field of Memories 2019 and it’s meaning and background as an important part of Memorial…...

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You will never understand…

This coming Sunday we celebrate Mother’s Day.  Those of us fortunate enough to still have our Mothers in our lives will send a card, flowers, chocolates or pay a visit to that one, uniquely special person.  But for those who can’t personally visit their Mother, there’s always the phone call. …...

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Who’s On First?

In 1999, Time gave the famous Abbot and Costello comedy routine, Who’s on First, it’s designation as the Best Comedy Sketch of the 20th Century.  If you’ve never heard it, you should take a listen; but in a nutshell, it’s a hilarious parody of a conversation of double-talk and gobbledygook.…...

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Talk about how you want to be remembered

Have the Talk The Funeral and Memorial Information Council (FAMIC) created Have the Talk of a Lifetime to help families have important conversations about the things that matter most to them and how a person’s life story can be remembered and honored in a meaningful way. Memorialization is so much…...

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15 Most Common Documents Needed

After a death occurs, family members or the person in charge of the estate will need to gather the following legal documents, most of which need to be the original versions:  Last Will and Testament  Revocable Living Trust  Irrevocable Living Trusts  Valid Birth Certificate  Social Security Card and/or Number Current…...

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Where am I going?

For those of you that we’ve served in the past, perhaps you know that we strive to create and provide experiences in order to celebrate life.  Yesterday afternoon (12/16/18) we had the opportunity to help 250 guests who attended our annual Christmas Remembrance & Candle Lighting Service to remember and…...

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Stranger in Your Own Home?

Our hearth and home - it’s generally considered a great source of comfort and sustenance.  Acclaimed poet Maya Angelou wrote, “I long, as does every human being, to be home wherever I find myself.”  It’s usually the one place where we let down, let go and allow ourselves to be…...

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Leading Through Advance Planning

Senator John McCain was someone who often led by example. A Navy pilot shot down during the war in Viet Nam, he refused an early release from a Vietnamese POW camp opting instead to remain with his fellow captives – until they also were released, this despite the depravity of…...

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