April 9, 2010, Newsletter Issue #195: Traditional Funeral

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A tradtitional funeral is the most common type of service in the United States. In a traditional funeral the body is picked up by a funeral home and prepared for burial by professionals at the funeral home. A funeral director will be in charge of leading the family through the process of setting up the arrangements.

There is usually a set time for visitations. The family is present and accepts visitors. The body is present in the casket and it may be open or closed.

A funeral service is held at either the funeral home or church followed buy burial in a cemetery.

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