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Welcome to the first blog post from Lessons on Leaving.  I am so excited to begin teaching you the many ways to save money on funerals while taking complete control of all funeral arrangements.  The information I am going to share with you on this site will truly enable you to save thousands of dollars while having peace of mind throughout the funeral process.

What are the laws regarding embalming in your state?  What is the difference between a cremation and a direct cremation?  What is the difference between 18 gauge stainless steel caskets and 20 gauge stainless steel caskets?  What is a green burial?  These are just a few of the many questions that I am going to answer for you during the course of these blogs and lessons.

Enduring the death of a loved one is probably the most difficult circumstance that we humans will face in our lifetime.  I feel humbled and blessed to be able to assist you in dealing with this enormous task.

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5 Responses

  1. Greg

    This is an amazing support and great advantage to have! So many people don’t think about this until it is time and get blindsided by the costs. Keep up the great work and God Bless!!!

  2. Keith

    Thank you for providing us with this great information. Can’t wait to start learning!!!

  3. Roland

    Hey,bro, excited about your new adventure and looking forward to learning new approaches to this not-talked-about-much subject.

  4. Ron Weiss

    Thanks Scott
    I’m going to pass this information on to all my loved ones and friends. We don’t want to think about this subject on an everyday basis, but it’s inevitable, we are going to say goodbye to this world sooner than later
    Taking the time to get your information now will save my family thousands when that time does come to plan my funeral.
    Thank you so much. God Bless!!

  5. Scott

    Thank you for the kind words. My hope is to help as many people as possible.

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