FEMA Offers Federal Assistance to Help Families Cover Funeral Costs

Up to $9,000 in aid may be available for those who suffered the loss of a loved one from COVID-19

Individuals can begin applying for COVID-19 funeral assistance starting April 12, 2021 for anyone that incurred COVID-19-related funeral expenses after January 20, 2020. This not only helps those who already incurred expenses, but those who have not yet held a service or purchased other funeral- and cremation-related merchandise such as headstones, urns and cremation niches.

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Reviews

I would like to thank Erika McDaniel and Page-Theus funeral home for their assistance in arranging for my dad's cremation. She was very helpful and caring with my brother and I. I especially was very touched when I came to pick up my dad's urn. I was expecting to just meet her, she would give me the urn and I would be on my way. Instead, she led me into a... Read More

Terri Hasselbach & family

Recently I had to do the most difficult thing I have every had to do. I buried my husband of 31 years. I want to express my heartfelt thanks to two local organizations. First, I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to the staff of Cornerstone hospice who helped T. and I through the last 21 months of his life. Their care, compassion and... Read More

Charles Clark Brown - Via Letter to the Editor

Jim and Staff - I want to thank you for everything you did in providing the care and services of my sister M.R. I know this is your "job" but the care and compassion you showed to us was beyond words. I don't know what I was expecting but our private viewing was so special and beautiful. Then at the services on Sat. I guess I didn't expect you to... Read More

C.H.

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