When you lose a loved one, the last thing you want to try and remember all the details of planning a funeral service and scheduling events.
We all have little things that belonged to a loved one who has passed. It could be an old quilt, a piano or even their motorcycle helmet.
Cremation services offer many advantages, and one of them is the uniqueness available in cremation urns.
When you’re planning a viewing, family visitation and/or funeral service, you will need to decide whether you would like an open casket or a closed casket.
When we think of the holidays, most of us remember time spent with family, making memories and enjoying the season.
Sending a sympathy message to someone who has lost a loved one is very natural in the days surrounding the funeral.
Different states have different rules and regulations that govern the scattering of the cremated remains.
The death of a family member can cause tremendous distress in a family.
For families in Central Virginia, Tharp Funeral Home has been the funeral provider of choice for over 80 years.
Dealing with death can be extremely stressful and can place a strain on your health and your family relationships. Here are a few ways you can grieve in a healthy manner.