Available Literature

  • Four-Step Funeral Planning: Where to Start When You Don't Know How to Start.
  • Beat the High Cost of Funerals: Benefits of Membership in a Funeral Consumer Group
  • Common Funeral Myths
  • Cremation Explained
  • Death Away From Home
  • Death in One State, Burial in Another
  • Did You Forget the Most Important Part of Funeral Planning?
  • Earth Burial: a Tradition in Simplicity
  • Eco-Friendly Death and Funeral Choices
  • How to File a Funeral or Cemetery Complaint
  • How to Help Grieving People
  • How to Plan a Memorial Service
  • How to Read a Funeral Home's General Price List
  • Light, Like the Sun: an Essay on Cremation
  • No One Wants to Talk About Death: How to Help
  • Organ and Body Donation
  • Prepaying Your Funeral: Benefits and Dangers
  • Recycle Your Medical Devices
  • Simple and Cheap, My Father Said — by the Daughter of Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black
  • Starting a Funeral Consumers Alliance: You Can Do It!
  • Ten Tips for Saving Funeral Dollars
  • Twelve Reasons People Spend "Too Much" on a Funeral
  • Veterans' Funeral and Burial Benefits
  • Viewing and Visitation: the Difference
  • What Shall We Do With the Ashes?
  • What You Should Know About Embalming
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    Go to the Adobe download page by clicking on this address:
              
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            Windows 98, etc.
       2.  You will be asked to select the directory to which you want to download the
             installation file. (It is often easiest to put it on your desktop.)
       3.  Go to your desktop and click on the new file or icon, for the Adobe Reader.
       4.  The installation is automatic.

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