Losing a loved one is devastating. To make things worse, incurring massive financial setbacks is also a huge possibility after death, especially if there’s no emergency fund or insurance in place. Enduring financial hardships because of the demise of your loved one can be brutal. However, funeral planning doesn’t have to break the bank. You can plan […]
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Due to the current pandemic, many places have enforced stringent quarantine and social distancing measures. Hence, it may be hard to congregate and travel to attend a funeral. For this reason, many bereaved family members are opting for virtual funeral ceremonies to honor their dead loved ones. If you happen to get invited to a […]
We live in a digital world with over 5 billion people owning a mobile device. Within this gadget, you will find at least two social media apps everyone uses to connect with others. Of course, staying on social media has become a new way of life where we have fun and learn what’s happening worldwide.
How far is heaven? Let’s go tonight, I want my daddy to hold me tight. A little girl was waiting for her daddy one day It was time to meet him, when she heard her mommy say Come to mommy darling, please do not cry Daddy’s gone to heaven, way up in the sky
It is a common practice to send a condolence card with funeral flowers during memorial services or even after the proceedings are over. Usually, people just buy a nice card and put in the standard words like: “You have my deepest sympathies,” “I am sorry for your loss,” or “Our deepest condolences.” All are comforting […]
Today, almost 5 billion people in the world own a mobile phone. Clearly, smartphone use is intertwined with daily life, so you may forget to turn it off. After all, staying connected in this digital world remains the top priority. It is evident when you walk down the street or eat dinner in a restaurant. […]
It is best to take a family member or a friend when you go shopping for caskets. They can give you advice and offer your immeasurable support. Since funeral homes sell caskets, they typically offer the most pricey ones straight away. Usually, these brands are the ones on display.
Sadly, the pandemic strips us of the most important component of funeral services, which is social support. With strict government regulations in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, funeral homes and crematoriums have to comply with strict social distancing measures and limit funeral attendees.
One thing that is never guaranteed to any person is time. We live day-to-day with no knowledge of the future and possible outcomes. Because time is so hard to control, we can never be certain about the things that will occur even a minute from now. Even if you live a healthy lifestyle, you could […]
Goodbyes are always difficult. Period. Saying goodbye to a person you love under normal circumstances is already rough. After all, no one wants to be separated from a person they hold dear. However, saying goodbye to someone who is dying from a terminal illness or a person who is suddenly in palliative care because of […]
Chris Silverthorne – Owner
Funeral Establishment Operator FE-1001
Tranquility Funeral Services
2390 Haines Road, Unit 14
Mississauga, ON L4Y 1Y6
TEL: (905) 855-7565