Tips for Seniors // Staying Active and Healthy

As they say, you are only as young as you feel — now isn’t that the truth! Have you encountered people who seem to have endless energy, love to socialize and go on new adventures and wondered how do they do it, especially as they enter their golden years? While there are all sorts of…

Your Wedding Day // Honoring Loved Ones in 20 Ways

Planning a wedding can be bittersweet when you know that some of the most important people in your life cannot be there. On one hand, it’s exciting to plan for the biggest day of your life. A glorious day when you will promise forever to the one that you love, surrounded by friends and family who…

{{{NEW}}} Funeral Cost Estimator

You asked for it and we delivered! Not only can your funeral pre-planning arrangements be made in the comfort of your own home, we now have a Funeral Cost Estimator to help you build your plan. Walker Funeral Home provides affordable funerals and affordable cremation to suit your preferences and budget. With our new and…

7 “Must-Make” Resolutions for the Grieving

The beginning of a new year, can be a double-edge sword for those experiencing grief. On one hand it can signify new beginnings, but depending on one’s own grief journey, that “new beginning” is not something that they are ready for. The thought of moving on into a new year, without their loved one, is…

5 “Gifts” to Give the Dying

When you know that someone doesn’t have long to live, it is a heart-wrenching and difficult time for everyone. The person who is dying is facing their own mortality and they are also worried about the loved ones that they are leaving behind. Since every loss, every family, every experience, every situation is different –…

The Difference between Mourning and Grieving

Often, mourning and grieving are two words that are used interchangeably, when in reality, they actually mean something quite different. The difference can be simply explained as this — mourning is what can be seen from the outside, as an intentional expression of ones grief. Grieving happens on the inside. It is the emotion associated…

Coping with Grief During the Holidays

For those experiencing grief, the holidays don’t generally seem like “the happiest time of the year”. Instead they can magnify our grief. There are so many reminders of those we are aching for; stockings with their name on it, special decorations, families traditions, holiday foods, etc. — all of those things that made you love…