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Establishing a bloodline trust ensures that your end-of-life wishes will live on through multiple generations.  Check out the important facts here: 
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There has never been a wider variety of creative urns and disposition methods.  From turning ashes into an hourglass to becoming part of a coral reef, there's an choice out there for everyone's unique personality.  Check out other creative options here: 
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Everyone deserves transparency in funeral planning! Sadly though, many grieving families are deceived and exploited. Learn more here:
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Like funeral services, cemetery costs can be high – according to a 2012 IbisWorld Report, the cost of buying burial rights is typically greater than $4,000.  Check out our guide to choosing the right cemetery for you and your family. 
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Sometimes we learn about life in unexpected ways.  Read this +The Huffington Post article from eFuneral's very own Leah Yomtovian Roush about her mother's battle with cancer. Truly inspiring.  
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Check out eFuneral's latest Top 10 list. From starting a memory garden to scrapbooking with family photos, we've rounded up the best activities to do with a loved one who is sick or dying.
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What unique challenges do members of the LGBTQ community face when confronted with death? What are some changes that you would like to see made? If you are around the Cleveland area and want to share your thought, fears and even hopes about death in relation to the LGBT community... this is the place. 

Join us for a Death Cafe on October 29th from 7:00pm - 9:00pm at Franklin Circle Christian Church. 
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The popular "Before I Die, I Want To..." chalk wall in Ohio City, Cleveland has some of us here at eFuneral wondering what we want to accomplish before we kick the bucket.  Check out our comments here, and let us know what your goals are! 
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Funeral home prices, ratings & reviews | Tips and advice for those faced with end-of-life

The death of someone you love is likely one of the most painful and difficult events you'll ever experience. And planning a funeral is likely one of the most stressful processes you'll ever face. To save funeral planners time, money, and headache, eFuneral is transforming the way funeral arrangements are made. We're bringing transparency to funeral planning to help you make more informed funeral decisions.

Why we launched eFuneral
Nobody wants to receive that phone call - the one that lets you know that your loved one has just died. But back in 2010, Mike Belsito, Co-Founder of eFuneral got that exact call, letting him know that his cousin had unexpectedly passed away. eFuneral was founded out of Mike's personal struggle to plan a funeral service: although there were dozens of funeral homes within a few miles of his cousin's home, there was no easy way to compare their prices or service quality. And because Mike and his family had to make a quick decision, they were forced to just pick one.

Mike Belsito and Bryan Chaikin created eFuneral because they believe that individuals and families should be able to make informed funeral decisions. A funeral service is one of the most important and expensive events you will ever plan. That's why we're simplifying the decision-making process by providing planners with helpful information and support.

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If you are caring for a dying loved one, planning for end-of-life, making funeral arrangements, or grieving a loss, visit eFuneral now for helpful information and support.