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Figuring out all the answers when you’re trying to plan a service can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve created these resource guides as helpful tools to walk you through every step of the process.
There’s a science to writing these memorials, and we’re sharing every step with you.
In seven steps, learn just how to express a loved one’s story in a way all will appreciate.
We have heard thousands of questions, and chosen to provide you with the answers to some of the more common questions relating to a funeral, a funeral service and funeral homes.
You'll find the answers to some of the most common questions relating to the value of a funeral, or memorial service, the practices of funeral service and funeral home operation.
Accepted customs of dress and behavior in a funeral have changed over time, but courtesy never goes out of style. Here's what we'd like you to know about funeral etiquette.
We’re experts in this field, so allow us walk you through all of your cemetery questions. We’re here to help you turn this experience into an opportunity to celebrate life. However, if you still have questions, please reach out. We’re here to help and to make this process as easy and painless as possible.
You’re not an expert on funerals and cemeteries. And we don’t want you to be. Find many answers here.
It’s hard to know how to act in a place you rarely (or never) go. We’re here to guide you.
Grief and Healing
For over 60 years, the March Family has deeply cared for the community in which we serve. As we all walk boldly into the 21st century, the support groups, bereavement care workshops, educational conferences, as well as our traditional annual Memorial Day services will help families in the greater Baltimore area come to terms with loss.
A non-profit community organization dedicated to healing the hearts and minds of children and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one, Roberta’s House offers free programs for children and their families.
A free weekend-long experience filled with traditional, fun, camp activities, Camp Erin combines good old-fashioned fun with grief education and emotional support, lead by grief professionals and trained volunteers.