10 Ways to Honor a Life

Often, losing a loved one leaves people wanting to do something to remember the decreased. Customized funerals are one-way people remember and honor the life of their loved one — but what about the days, weeks or years following? What can you to continually honor your loved one and preserve their legacy? We have a…

Avoiding Emotional Overspending

Overspending can occur at various times in our lives. Whether it is while planning our wedding, purchasing a new car or home, or being caught up in the excitement of travel while you are vacationing. Most of us realize that setting a budget and sticking to it is best but there are times when emotion…

Walker Funeral Home Receives 2018 Best of Cincinnati Award

Cincinnati Award Program Honors the Achievement CINCINNATI July 26, 2018 — Walker Funeral Home has been selected for the 2018 Best of Cincinnati Award in the Funeral Homes category by the Cincinnati Award Program. Each year, the Cincinnati Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and…

Tips for Writing and Delivering a Eulogy

The thought of writing and delivering a eulogy can be a tough prospect for many. However, it is also a special honor that is hard to turn down. Many say things like; “I can’t write”, “I may become emotional during my delivery”, and “there is no way I can get up and speak in front…

Pet Loss // Honoring Your Best Friend

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened. ” – Anatole France   Pets bring so much joy, laughter, comfort and companionship into our lives. They love us no matter who we are, how much or how little we have, and they are loyal to the end. After the loss…

Unique and Affordable Ways to Personalize a Funeral

When planning a funeral or memorial, many families are interested in creating a very personalized experience with which to honor their loved one. I recently happened upon an old article about a family who had a Lego Casket created for their 10-year-old son who passed away. In the photo, you can also see the family…

Creative Grieving // 3 Unique Ways to Cope with Grief

It has been said time and time again that — everyone grieves a loss differently. There is no “right” way to do it. There is no quick way to get through it. There is no timeline for grief. What might work for one person, will not necessarily be helpful for another.   All of it…