Through the years, when death visited a family, the house was often identified by a badge of flowers or light in the window.
This act let their neighbors and the community know that there had been a loss within the family. At the Mark A. Schneider Funeral Home, we maintain this tradition by turning our porch light on while we are caring for a member of our community. This lets everyone know that a life has ended, and that a period of mourning has begun for the family. This reminder stays lit until that person has been put to rest.
Every life has meaning. To us, recognizing the conclusion of that
life is important.
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When planning a service, it’s helpful to think of the unique qualities of the recently deceased and create a service that honors those traits. A personalized funeral will be memorable for friends and family and provide a feeling of closure knowing that the life of your loved one has been truly celebrated.
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Today, more people are recognizing that planning a funeral in advance of need demonstrates love and consideration toward their family members. It is a thoughtful decision that reduces the stress of indecision and uncertainty when death occurs.