‘The Art of a Funeral’ – The Planning Process

Posted on August 17th, 2017
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Coleman Funeral Home of Oxford hosted the third session – “The Planning Process” – of its series, “The Art of a Funeral,” on Tuesday, August 15. The first two sessions, held in June and July respectively, discussed the purposes and customs behind funerals and dispelled misconceptions about it. Glenn Coleman, who owns the company in […]

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“The Art of a Funeral: Myths vs. Facts”

Posted on July 26th, 2017
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Oxford-Lafayette residents were treated to an inside view of the funeral industry on July 18 when Coleman Funeral Home hosted the second presentation in its three-part series, “The Art of a Funeral.” “I get questions almost on a daily basis about some topics,” said funeral director and embalmer Glenn Coleman, who co-owns the establishment with […]

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Timber and bereavement: Caution and advice may be priceless

Posted on October 24th, 2016
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You won’t find me giving business advice very often. But if you own forest land, there’s one particular bit of advice that’s worth a few minutes of your time – advice that my family (almost) learned the hard way. It isn’t uncommon for folks who own timber to get a knock on their door a […]

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