What’s The Point Of A Funeral Service?

By: Danny Amoruccio
Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Dealing with the loss of someone close to you is never easy. At Willowbrook Cemetery, we have seen many people struggle during this difficult time.  Death leaves us in grief and many people feel it is an uphill task to manage all the funeral service-related modalities.

Why Conduct A Funeral Service?

There are many reasons to conduct a funeral service, such as:

  • Gives us the chance to bid farewell to our loved one
     
  • Helps us acknowledge that the person close to us has passed on
     
  • You can get and give support to your family
     
  • Gives us some hope to continue living
     
  • Helps us reflect on the true meaning of the circle of life and death
     
  • Planning a funeral and going through the motions helps us come to terms with our loss more easily. You pay tribute to the person and it helps you acknowledge their death.
     
  • Being there at the venue during the service is a good way to give and receive support from those close to you. Mourning is a way to express your grief to those who understand what you are going through. When you lose someone dear, it leaves you feeling sad and hollow. However, when you say your final goodbye to the person, you have lost, it gives you some closure, which is very important in the healing process.

Being in the company of people that also loved the deceased person as much as you did can be a good way to go through this difficult phase. If you have any questions about our plots, please feel free to call us and discuss your requirements with our knowledgeable and helpful team.

At Willowbrook Cemetery, we are here to make things easier for you during this difficult time and will help you select the ideal resting place for your dear one at our beautiful cemetery.

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