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Tracy Lee
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My name is Tracy Renee Lee. I am a funeral director, author and writer. It is my life's work to comfort the bereaved and help them live on.
My name is Tracy Renee Lee. I am a funeral director, author and writer. It is my life's work to comfort the bereaved and help them live on.

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Pushin' Up Daisies Blog will now be located at the following address:

http://www.mourningcoffee.com/pushing-up-daisies-blog

Thank you,

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New Blog Address
For additional blog posts, please go to http://www.mourningcoffee.com/pushing-up-daisies-blog Thank you.

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At Rest
As I sat with my client pre-arranging her mother’s funeral services, she became emotionally distressed.  She apologized for wanting to accomplish her mother’s funeral swiftly, upon her death.  She felt ashamed and wondered if others would see her as insensi...

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Surprise Gifts
As I sat in the sanctuary, listening to the pastor, my soul was touched by his sermon. The widow has been an acquaintance of mine for several years and is now my friend. I knew her husband was ill and would soon pass away. That day happened this past week. ...

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Good Samaritan
As a funeral director, I
see firsthand the willingness and abilities of families to come together and
assist each other in times of crisis. Occasionally, however, one's family is
unable to provide for unexpected needs when tragedy strikes. In such circumsta...

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Affordable Green Burial Option
I worked with a family this week, which I have worked for before.  This family is one of humble means, and the decedent lived quite some distance from my funeral home.  Upon notice of my client’s death, my husband and I immediately began our journey to acce...

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Grief Brief 62 - Difficulties Concentrating
During
bereavement, concentrating and retaining
information becomes difficult.  This
is caused by a preoccupation of loss.  Reading
and other tasks requiring concentration, may take longer than usual.  Mistakes and errors may also become more
prevalent.  As...

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