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2021

Why Choose a Family-Owned Funeral Home?

There are important differences between a funeral home owned by a local family and one run by a large corporation. A Family-Owned funeral home has roots in the community and can focus on the quality of care of the family in need and not the profits of the shareholders.

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2021

Celebrating Grandfathers on Father’s Day

June is the month to celebrate fathers on Father’s Day. But what about grandfathers? They play a special role in our lives and the lives of our children as well. What better way to show your appreciation than to celebrate Grandpa on Father’s Day!

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2021

COVID-19 FUNERAL HOME UPDATE & INFORMATION

Today, in the face of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, our team remains steadfastly resolute in our commitment to caring for those who have died and, in an equally important way, those who survive them. To that end, our team is working diligently to respond compassionately, safely and efficiently to the needs of the communities we serve as we unite in the fight to contain this pandemic.

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2021

Plant.Grow.Share Annual Seedling Giveaway Encourages Donations of Fresh Produce to Area Food Pantries

We depend on the generosity of the community and our local gardeners to bring fresh produce to our food pantries to make the Plant.Grow.Share. program successful. To encourage participation, Keohane Funeral Home is once again offering their annual seedling giveaway and free gardening workshops. Sign up today!

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2021

Exploring Funeral Costs: 5 Ways to Plan

Funeral costs can vary depending on where you live and what goods and services are selected. However, most people do not want funeral costs to become a financial burden for their surviving loved ones, especially during an emotional and difficult time. Funeral planning can help ease this burden and provide peace of mind. 

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2021

10 Special Things to do for Mom on Mother’s Day

It has been a difficult year, especially for moms – whether it has been doing their work from home, helping with remote learning for their kids, or not being able to hug their grandkids during the coronavirus pandemic. Show your mom, wife, or grandma how much you appreciate everything she’s done to make a tough year a little bit brighter. Here are ten ideas beyond the classic flowers to help celebrate your mom this year.

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2021

Favorite Outdoor Spaces to Enjoy this Spring on the South Shore

Spring has sprung! After a long winter of being confined indoors, missing out on holiday parties, and working from home when possible, it’s time to get outdoors and enjoy the natural beauty of the South Shore. It’s good for your health!

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2021

Should Adult Children Be Included in Parent’s End-Of-Life Planning?

While it may be difficult to discuss end-of-life issues, it is to everyone’s advantage – children and parents alike – to calmly discuss plans and preferences for end-of-life care and preferences before an emergency hits and emotions run high. In fact, avoiding end-of-life discussions can make the whole experience more difficult and painful in the long run.

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2021

Featured FAQ: What Should be in a Funeral Planning Checklist?

Pre-planning a funeral is a safe way to protect your family from the emotional and financial burden of having to make funeral arrangements after your death and ensures that you receive the kind of funeral you wish to have. While it might seem overwhelming or challenging to think about all the details, there are five essential areas everyone should consider when planning a funeral in advance.

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2021

How A Funeral Celebrant Helps Create a Meaningful Tribute for A Loved One

Funeral Celebrants, also called Life Celebrants, are specially trained professionals who provide meaningful and personalized funerals that celebrate the life of an individual regardless of religious affiliation. At Keohane Funeral Home, we offer Celebrant services to serve our families in the way that is most meaningful to them.

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