Thanks to Dorothy Paddon for this week’s blog about online funeral services.
Recently two people I cared about – a cousin, and a friend – both died in USA.
I’m not usually a fan of the American way of doing things – but I was impressed by the on-line facilities two funeral companies, in different states, made available, making it easy for distant mourners to contribute.
Final Fling is the Marketplace for business when it comes to end of life. Our award-winning website welcomes thousands of visitors every month; active planners who are managing end-of-life plans and ‘shopping around’ in our Marketplace.
For Dying Matters Awareness Week, we thought it would be good to introduce a Funeral Director. We’ve chosen Lucy Jane who started the Individual Funeral Company in Oxford only 15 months ago. Find Lucy and funeral directors near you on our Marketplace.
To promote your business to thousands of active planners, ready to engage with life and death decisions, join Final Fling’s growing Marketplace.
We’ve been scouring the shelves to create a wee cornershop to save you time. We’ve found all sorts of goodies that might be helpful at a time of need… guides, artefacts, salves and soothers that we think might help with the twisting turning journey that leads us from life to death and beyond.
During November, Kate Hill, a member of Final Fling’s Marketplace – is offering FREE funeral wishes planning sessions. Kate is an interfaith minister and celebrant.
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