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Hersberger Scott E Funeral Home

1010 North Main Street
Lapel, IN 46051
(765) 534-3131
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Cremations on the rise in East Texas - Longview News-Journal

Monday, October 17, 2016

Rader said.He shared a brochure from a company that sells jewelry keepsakes along with "fingerprint" keepsakes for male relatives, including tie tacks, folding knives, money clips, lapel pins and cigarette lighters. Such jewelry is engraved or embossed with the actual fingerprint of the deceased.Moore said he has received a number of requests for such cremation jewelry."I would say eight for a year — eight different families," Moore said. One family may seek six or seven fingerprint items.Even as the funeral industry creates such merchandise, the trend toward cremation over burial "absolutely" will continue because of the lower costs, Moore said.Meanwhile, he, Rader, Welch and other funeral homes in the Longview area will continue to make adjustments to accommodate the changing needs."That's the way of the world," Rader said.

Thrift-store managers track down family from mystery VHS tape found in Yakima - The Seattle Times

Monday, July 18, 2016

They saw Easter finery, children on Santa’s lap and birthday parties.Sepia-toned photos became black and white, then color. Ties got shorter, hair got longer and lapels got wider. Parents became grandparents.Unlimited Digital Access. $1 for 4 weeks.Who were Kenny and Annette? Jones and Parsley turned to Facebook.“It says, ‘Mom and dad’s golden anniversary,’” Jones read in the video they posted that day on the shop’s page.“Somebody’s in big trouble!” Parsley declared.“You’d better get down here and get it!” Jones said.A volunteer had discovered the video in a two-tape set of “Titanic” and asked if he should throw it away. Jones and Parsley, who are manager and assistant manager of the thrift store, decided to find its owner.“It broke our hearts to think that it was lost,” Parsley said.The Yakima Union Gospel Mission operates the thrift store, which features gently used specialty goods and antiques. Donors often leave items at the mission, though some bring donations directly to the shop.Rogue donations occur. “We get people who say, ‘My husband accidentally donated my grandma’s china,’?” Parsley said.Jones and Parsley watched the video in the thrift store’s delightfully cluttered repair shop. As it concluded after more than half an hour, they learned the names of Kenny and Annette’s four children: Rodney, JoAnn, Greg and Pam.“No last name!” Jones said.“It’s still a mystery. We just know their faces,” Parsley added.Their Facebook video was shared 61 times and got more than 1,700 views. Someone Googled Kenneth and Annette and their ...

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Cremations on the rise in East Texas - Longview News-Journal

Monday, October 17, 2016

Rader said.He shared a brochure from a company that sells jewelry keepsakes along with "fingerprint" keepsakes for male relatives, including tie tacks, folding knives, money clips, lapel pins and cigarette lighters. Such jewelry is engraved or embossed with the actual fingerprint of the deceased.Moore said he has received a number of requests for such cremation jewelry."I would say eight for a year — eight different families," Moore said. One family may seek six or seven fingerprint items.Even as the funeral industry creates such merchandise, the trend toward cremation over burial "absolutely" will continue because of the lower costs, Moore said.Meanwhile, he, Rader, Welch and other funeral homes in the Longview area will continue to make adjustments to accommodate the changing needs."That's the way of the world," Rader said.

Thrift-store managers track down family from mystery VHS tape found in Yakima - The Seattle Times

Monday, July 18, 2016

They saw Easter finery, children on Santa’s lap and birthday parties.Sepia-toned photos became black and white, then color. Ties got shorter, hair got longer and lapels got wider. Parents became grandparents.Unlimited Digital Access. $1 for 4 weeks.Who were Kenny and Annette? Jones and Parsley turned to Facebook.“It says, ‘Mom and dad’s golden anniversary,’” Jones read in the video they posted that day on the shop’s page.“Somebody’s in big trouble!” Parsley declared.“You’d better get down here and get it!” Jones said.A volunteer had discovered the video in a two-tape set of “Titanic” and asked if he should throw it away. Jones and Parsley, who are manager and assistant manager of the thrift store, decided to find its owner.“It broke our hearts to think that it was lost,” Parsley said.The Yakima Union Gospel Mission operates the thrift store, which features gently used specialty goods and antiques. Donors often leave items at the mission, though some bring donations directly to the shop.Rogue donations occur. “We get people who say, ‘My husband accidentally donated my grandma’s china,’?” Parsley said.Jones and Parsley watched the video in the thrift store’s delightfully cluttered repair shop. As it concluded after more than half an hour, they learned the names of Kenny and Annette’s four children: Rodney, JoAnn, Greg and Pam.“No last name!” Jones said.“It’s still a mystery. We just know their faces,” Parsley added.Their Facebook video was shared 61 times and got more than 1,700 views. Someone Googled Kenneth and Annette and their ...