Passed at Pearl harbor – Dec 7, 1941

Passed at Pearl harbor – Dec 7, 1941

Pearl Harbor Veteran Laid to Rest Paul Gebser was killed in action during the attach on Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941. Eventually has bones were found by divers and the Navy was able to perform DNA test to confirm this identify. He was laid to rest at Fort Rosecrans...

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Bugles Across America – Life Bugle Players

Bugles Across America – Life Bugle Players

Why Was Bugles Across America Started?Bugles Across America, NFP was founded in 2000 by Tom Day, when Congress passed legislation stating that Veterans have a right to at least two uniformed military people to fold the flag and play military taps. Normally most...

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Wreaths Across America – Fort Rosecrans

Wreaths Across America – Fort Rosecrans

Each year Wreaths Across America organizes the placing of wreaths on graves at selected national cemeteries throught the country. We often contribute to this causes and this year producted a video describing how the practice originated. The wreaths,  show above, are...

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Veteran Funeral Allowances Benefits

Veteran Funeral Allowances Benefits

Veteran Funeral Allowances Our veterans are one of our country’s greatest treasures. The soldier, the marine, the pilot, and the sailor who has protected us - has demonstrated the true meaning of honor. Each American veteran has done what so many of us are not brave...

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Funeral Services are Important

Funeral Services are Important

Funeral Services are Healing Often we heard families say that their mother, father or other relatives did not want the family to have any funeral services. Really, they are saying that it would be too much trouble or too expensive to have the services. Funeral...

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California Disposition Permit

California Disposition Permit

Why I Need a disposition permit A Permit for Disposition of Human Remains (Disposition Permit / Burial Permit) must be issued for each death at the time of preparation for burial, cremation or transit of the remains. The state basically need to know what is happening...

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Palliative Care vs Hospice Care – Differences

Palliative Care vs Hospice Care – Differences

If someone in your family is dying, you may be asked to decide between hospice and palliative care for them. So, how do you decide? What is the difference between the two? Someone you know may have had hospice care, so you pretty much know what it is. It gets...

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California Right to Die Law

California Right to Die Law

  California Right to Die Law California’s Governor, Jerry Brown signed The End of Life Option Act (California Right to Die Law)into effect on October 5, 2015. Recent efforts by many groups including the organization Death With Dignity had finally led to the...

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Organ Donation – Save a Life

Organ Donation – Save a Life

When organ donors die, it is possible for them to save as many as eight lives if their organs are ready to use. In 2014, more than 28,000 transplants saved patients who needed them; thousands died waiting for transplants that could save them - please consider organ...

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