Fee & Sons Funeral Home & Crematorium located in Killam, Alberta

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Grief | ​ɡrēf/ | noun 1. deep sorrow, especially that caused by someone's death.    Overcoming Grief During times of loss, we can expect to experience a wide array of negative emoti...
By Les Fee
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

The Advantages of Working With a Family-Owned Funeral Home

When it comes to choosing the right funeral home for you, a lot of factors come into play. We here at Fee & Sons Funeral Home think that the decision should never be made lightly and know that ...
By Les Fee
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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Can I Have a Cremation and a Visitation?

One of the biggest questions that we get here at Fees & Sons Funeral Home and Crematorium is whether it is possible to have a visitation or wake prior to the cremation. Over the years havi...
By Les Fee
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

How Does Proper Goal Setting Aid in the Grieving Process?

Before the loss of a loved one, goal setting is a part of our every day life. Each day, month or year we set ourselves up with practical goals that we would like to strive towards, and is an import...
By Les Fee
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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

How Does Compounded Grief Affect Our Coping Abilities?

In our lifetime, we must overcome many different forms of grief, that just seem to continue to pile up. But as they happen we may not have always been successful at moving forward from a previous i...
By Les Fee
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Saturday, April 15, 2017

How is Grief Expressed Differently Between Men, Women, and Children?

Grief is a universal feeling that affects every member of the family. However, the way in which people deal with grief varies. There is no specific timeline for someone to move on from the dea...
By Les Fee
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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Do Women Serve as Pall Bearers?

Pallbearers are the people who are intended to escort or carry the casket at the funeral. This practice is only accepted if there is a casket present during the memorial service, which simply means...
By Les Fee
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Friday, January 27, 2017

Previous Posts

How our Customers Can Improve Business with Feedback?

Leaving feedback after getting any service is important since it is basically about giving your opinion about a service, product or business. The same case applies when you get our funeral service ...

Coping with Grief Over the Holiday Season

When it comes to grieving, the holidays seem to be the most difficult time of the year. They are filled with memories, family and friend gatherings, and traditions that serve as a constant reminder...

Should Children Attend the Funeral?

When a loss of a loved one occurs in the family and there are small children involved, a decision needs to be considered if you will be bringing them to attend the funeral service. Of course, there...

Supporting a Friend Through the Grieving Process

You may be trying to figure out a helpful way to support your friend through this time of loss without doing or saying anything that may upset them. This is a sensitive time for your friend and the...

The Steps to Writing a Eulogy

5 Ways to Honor a Loved One After They Have Passed

Celebrating the life of a loved one through honorable activities is a great way to get the family and friends together and pay a tribute to a loved one. Participating in these activities together a...

Managing Social Media Accounts After a Loved One Has Passed

You may be wondering what will happen to your loved one’s social media account now that they have passed. The information that is shared through these platforms will stay visible and active online ...