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For those special Dad's and Grandfathers who have passed and are dearly missed, Holidays such as Father's Day can actually provide some excellent opportunities.
Below you will find a list of some new funeral technology that is allowing families to better cope with special occasions such as Father's Day. As a result, more families are choosing to take advantage of these new tech tools, which can often serve as a lifelong Memorial, Tribute, Keepsake, and Family Heirloom:
"Technology is changing the face of the funeral industry and baby boomers, those ages 43 to 62 are at the root of it", says John Reed, president of the National Funeral Directors Association based in Brookfield, Wis.
Today many new and innovative technologies are widely recognized in the funeral industry as common services that help make a difficult situation a little easier. Boomers are memorializing their parents and loved ones in nontraditional ways and using new funeral technology to do it.
Technology is opening the doors to unique memorial ideas and expanding funeral planning and memorial service options. With these tech-savvy Boomers wanting to take the negativity out of funerals and find ways to celebrate a person's life, using new funeral technology such as some of these listed below are among the most popular, common, and rapidly growing.
Keep in mind that these new funeral technology are helping families to make a very difficult situation a little easier. The main benefit from these tools, such as using them for Father's Day gifts, is that each offers a wonderful opportunity to honor and celebrate a Father, as well as share many of the great stories and memories you shared together.
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