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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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Should my child attend the funeral?

The death of a loved one is a painful, and often overwhelming, experience at any age. Amidst coping with your own grief, you may be faced with talking to your child about death and dying, and might find that you struggle with the question....

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When a Death Occurs – Checklist

The death of a loved one and planning a funeral or memorial can be emotionally and physically exhausting. It’s also something most of us only experience a few times in our lives. Therefore, many aren’t aware of the steps that need to be taken after a death. The checklist below…...

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The Arlington Memorial Gardens History

EARLY HISTORY Washington’s Land Warrant Washington’s Land Warrant:  Arlington can be traced directly to our country’s very beginnings through the Abner Johnson family. Of Scotch ancestry, the Johnson family immigrated to Basking Ridge, New Jersey long before the American Revolution but during the War of Independence Abner Johnson joined the…...

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