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Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness

My baby boy would have turned 20 this year.  For many that know me, this may cause some confusion…what baby boy?  On February 16, 2001, I miscarried at 7 ½ weeks pregnant.  Since I was the proud Mom of two beautiful daughters at the time, I’m convinced my angel baby…...

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FEMA PROGRAM TO HELP WITH COVID-19 FUNERAL EXPENSES

FEMA PROGRAM TO HELP WITH COVID-19 FUNERAL EXPENSES FRAUD ALERT – PLEASE NOTE:  Per FEMA, they have received reports of scammers reaching out to people offering to register them for funeral assistance. FEMA has not sent any such notifications and will not contact people prior to them registering for assistance.  …...

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Spring Temperatures bring renewal of projects

SPRING TEMPERATURES BRING RENEWAL OF PROJECTS With the emerging spring-like weather, most of our facility projects, having hibernated during the winter, are staged and ready to proceed once more. Perhaps most notably, construction on the Garden of Roses’ new pergola is set to begin again in the next few days…...

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VACCINE PROVIDES NEW HOPE TO ARLINGTON’S RETURN TO NORMAL

ARLINGTON’S RETURN TO NORMAL The past twelve months have been both bizarre and deadly serious at the same time.  The coronavirus pandemic has been unlike anything that any of us have witnessed unless, that is, you’re an Ultra-Centenarian.  In many ways, the strategies we’ve employed to navigate our way through…...

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Ann Meyer Appointed by Governor DeWine to Cemetery Commission

Arlington’s Senior Vice President, Ann Meyer, has been appointed to the Ohio Cemetery Dispute Resolution Commission by Governor DeWine.  Her three year appointment is effective beginning March 3rd. The Ohio Dispute Resolution Commission is a nine-person commission that operates under the Department of Commerce, Division of Real Estate.  The Commission…...

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Why am I feeling the way I’m feeling during COVID-19?

Most of us usually associate the term “grief” with the loss of a loved one as the emotion we experience when someone we care about passes away. But I believe many of us could be experiencing Anticipatory Grief during this COVID-19 crisis. Anticipatory grief is a feeling of grief occurring…...

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Frequently Asked Questions regarding Arlington and COVID-19

We are honored to serve visitors, families and guests of our community. Because we have received numerous phone calls regarding the availability of our grounds and offices during the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to push as much information out to you as we could. The Arlington Memorial Gardens and The…...

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New Bridge at Arlington Lake

The Arlington Lake Bridge, the iconic Arlington landmark well known throughout the community and one which has stood in place for 46 years, finally succumbed this past autumn to age and the elements of Cincinnati weather. The grey, graciously arched wooden structure erected in 1974 over the cove of water…...

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Arlington Offers Help with Loss of a Spouse Seminar

Death often wreaks havoc for survivors, regardless of the relationship.  The loss of a parent, a sibling, a child, a close relative or even a friend can be a horrendous loss leaving the survivor suffering from vertigo-like effects of grief.  In one chilling moment, life as we’ve known it heretofore…...

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All I Want for Christmas

I LOVE fall!  And our area (Cincinnati) has wonderful festivals to usher in this great season.  Last night we attended the Glendale Street Fair. Great night of food, beverages and story swapping.  Under the full harvest moon, we heard the story of our new neighbor, Greg.  Three years ago Greg…...

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