It’s hard to be aware of the accepted behaviors in common social situations, but even more difficult to be up to date on etiquette on more uncommon situations like memorials after cremation services in Howell, MI. If you’re unsure of how to act during a service, these tips can help. To begin, be sure to do things like:
But you also need to avoid bringing overactive children, hanging around too long, or avoiding the receiving line. Loud or disturbing children have no place in a cremation or memorial service. It’s all right to bring the kids if they are able to be quiet and respectful. If they can’t, or if there’s a chance they might act out, be sure to leave them with a sitter. Don’t feel like you have to stick around the service for too long. Sometimes a quick condolence is enough. A quick hug, hello, or “sorry for your loss” goes a long way with a grieving family.
It’s important that you are up to date on what considerations you need to make for the bereaved when at a memorial or cremation service. Borek Jennings Funeral Homes is here to help if you would like more information on etiquette, or about Howell, MI cremation services. Please visit us or give us a call to learn more about what we can do for you in your time of loss.