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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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Walk In Remembrance – August 7

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED Walk In Remembrance Walk – Remember – Honor Please join us as we Walk In Remembrance of our loved ones we have lost, especially those who have passed away in the last year on Saturday, August 7th beginning at 6:30 pm.    ALL ARE WELCOME This…...

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UPCOMING EVENTS AT ARLINGTON

UPCOMING EVENTS AT ARLINGTON Due to the impact of safety precautions of Covid-19, most all of our normal events, which require large gatherings, have been suspended until we can safely host them again.  However, some events can be safely held.  And as the country becomes more widely vaccinated and Covid-19…...

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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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Locating a Loved One at Arlington

LOCATING A LOVED ONE: CONVENIENT ALTERNATIVE One critical area of emphasis here at Arlington is to constantly seek improvement in the experience of lot owners and visitors to our grounds. Sometimes improvements come through developing or refining existing services; but, sometimes they come through the introduction of new products. During…...

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Updated 4-3-2020 Arlington and COVID-19

The health and well-being of our employees, families and visitors is a top priority during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Funeral Homes and Cemeteries are deemed “essential” businesses, therefor, The Arlington Memorial Gardens and The Arlington Funeral Home are operational, but with some limitations. The following changes will go into effect at…...

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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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Ways to express sympathy during COVID-19

Has someone you know lost a loved one, but you’re unable to attend the visitation or funeral due to COVID-19 restrictions and/or guidelines? Do you feel bad about not being there for someone you care about? We all want to be able to give that hug and demonstrate to the…...

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A Difficult Question…..

If there had been a death in your family yesterday, what would you being doing today?  It’s not something we like to think about because it’s probably one of the toughest questions you will ever have to face.  If your answer is to “call someone”, that is a good start. …...

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