Funeral Planning Resources
Cremation services offer many advantages, and one of them is the uniqueness available in cremation urns.
When you’re planning a viewing, family visitation and/or funeral service, you will need to decide whether you would like an open casket or a closed casket.
Different states have different rules and regulations that govern the scattering of the cremated remains.
For families in Central Virginia, Tharp Funeral Home has been the funeral provider of choice for over 80 years.
Dealing with death can be extremely stressful and can place a strain on your health and your family relationships. Here are a few ways you can grieve in a healthy manner.
Nestled next to the Blue Ridge Mountains in Central Virginia, Lynchburg is a growing town with a long history.
There are a lot legal questions surrounding a funeral service. The power of attorney, the will, a living trust; there are a lot of terms to know and understand.
These days, most individuals have some kind of online presence. In fact, for many of us, much of our personal information is stored somewhere online.
People often underestimate the importance of creating a Will – an important document that lays out your final wishes and establishes directives regarding your possessions for both fami
When it comes to discussing end of life arrangements, many family members feel uncomfortable with or may refuse to participate in planning the funeral.