Welcome to the new Greenlawn Funeral Home blog! If this is your first time stopping by, we hope you’ll spend some time getting to know us, including the many ways we can serve Branson, Bolivar, and Springfield families. We’re so excited about the opportunity to interact with our friends, neighbors, and you through this blog. We think if one or more of these four things resonate, then you just might find comfort in our blog posts that are to come:
1.) If you think end-of-life planning is important.
No one likes thinking about death, but we have found that those who make funeral prearrangements with us find a tremendous amount of peace of mind. It’s a selfless act of love to make decisions in advance so that your family doesn’t have to worry about these details – and the costs involved – right when they lose you.
We’re going to bring you the resources and ideas to make planning your funeral meaningful and straightforward.
2.) If you have an eye towards personalization.
We are always looking for new ways to serve our families, and we stay sharp regarding the latest options, whether your choice is cremation or traditional burial. From personalization to receptions, to monuments, flowers, and beyond, you will find them all at Greenlawn Funeral Home.
3.) If you or someone you love has experienced a loss and need help in your grief.
We’re not the kind of funeral home that thinks our role in you and your family ends after the service; instead, we value a holistic approach to our services. We offer many grief resources and will bring more writing material here on our blog at later dates. From recommended reading to tips for dealing with grief and beyond, we hope this blog becomes a safe place for those who self-identifies with needing a little help to get through every season of life.
4.) If you’re looking for uplifting encouragement.
While you might not think of a funeral home blog as a place to find encouragement for daily life, that’s what we want to be. We want to help people in our community celebrate the life of their friends or family member and preserve their legacy. You can start building your legacy today while you’re still living. Whether it’s an article about decision-making, health, or just how to love your family better, this blog will soon become a source for learning how to embrace all the many different aspects of life.