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Jul 5, 2020 Update: We Remain Open & Ready to Serve

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The best insurance purchase you will ever make

We all have our love/hate relationship with insurance. Typically, we pay and pay and then we pray we don’t ever need to file a claim. No one wants to have their house burn down or blow away. But, it is also hard to write that check every month. Most folks do so because they are afraid not to. However, there is...READ MORE

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Where are you now? Three to six months after the death of a spouse

Grief is individual. Everyone experiences the sorrow over the loss of a loved one in their own way and at their own pace. That said, there is enough common ground for scientists, behaviorists and psychologists to describe steps or stages of grief. These scales for grief are useful. They can be helpful to see your fee...READ MORE

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The changing face of American Veterans

Veterans Day is the day Americans set aside to honor all who have served in the military during times of war and times of peace. We thank them all. Many books have been written and movies made about World Wars I and II, Korea, and even Vietnam. But, what do we know about our post 9/11 Veterans? Who are they? Who do ...READ MORE

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Social Distancing, Weddings and Funerals

Does it take losing something to make us see its real value? Suddenly we find ourselves in a world where weddings and funerals may not happen. Just a few weeks ago people might have questioned the need for these kinds of gatherings. Now, we begin to feel what we have lost. Albeit a temporary loss, something we must d...READ MORE

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Mother died...how long do we keep her things?

Separating from a loved one’s belongings is one of the more difficult jobs you will have to do after a death. It is amazing how much is collected over a lifetime. You probably won’t get it done in a day and you will probably shed a few tears.    Ask for help. Accepting and asking for help ...READ MORE

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Emerald Coast Funeral Home
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161 Racetrack Road NW
| Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547
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Tel: 850-864-3361
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You are welcome to call us any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance. Or, visit our funeral home in person at your convenience.

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