What Does It Mean to Be Patriotic?

May 18, 2020 | Categories: Blog, Veterans

When our country is in peril, Americans – and especially those from Indianapolis, Zionsville, and other parts of Indiana – are quick to rally to her aid. When we’ve been attacked, our men and women fight with uncommon valor. During times of crisis, our patriotic emotions are there for all to see. We wear our…

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5 Ways to Honor Your Loved One in the Years After Their Death 

May 6, 2020 | Categories: Blog

In talking to families in the Indianapolis-area over the years, many have described how grief has a tendency to “sneak in” after losing a loved one. Our staff at Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care can relate. Something as simple as hearing a particular song on the radio or coming across a memento from the past…

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5 Ways to Relieve Loneliness During a Quarantine

April 20, 2020 | Categories: Blog

All across Indianapolis and Zionsville, people are spending their days inside waiting for the end of the COVID-19 crisis. Here at Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care, we are doing our best to serve our community during this time of uncertainty. We know that many of you are separated from family, friends, and neighbors. You may…

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Our Advice on Talking to Kids About COVID-19

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Our Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care staff has many years of experience walking through difficult times with those in our community. This includes having conversations with children about illness, tragedy, and death. When Zionsville and Indianapolis families walk through our doors, they depend on us for encouragement during challenging moments; right now is no different.…

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Our Website, Your Online Home

March 16, 2020 | Categories: Blog

In many ways, a company’s website is a modern-day storefront, offering visitors a first impression about what they do and who they are. This is certainly the case here at Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care, as our website tells our family’s story and the history of the funeral home, provides information on the funeral and…

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Ideas for Reconnecting with Life After a Loss

March 2, 2020 | Categories: Blog, Grief

It’s quite usual – and normal – for people who have suffered a loss to go into a kind of isolation. It’s common to feel tremendous sorrow and dislocation even long after the funeral service is over. The normal routines of life have been cruelly interrupted. At Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care, we have witnessed…

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The First 5 Things You Should Do When a Loved One Dies

February 17, 2020 | Categories: Blog, Grief

If someone you love has just died, your head is probably spinning. Your life will never be the same, but there are some very practical things you need to handle. Here are the top five things the team at Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care you need to do after losing someone close to you. 1.)…

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Surviving the Winter Blues

February 3, 2020 | Categories: Blog, Grief

Even living in the beautiful state of Indiana, the winter months can get a little hard and maybe even depressing as the days get shorter and the temperature dips. This can be even more true if you’ve recently lost a loved one. But it is important to try and keep your spirits up, and there…

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The Many Ways to Personalize a Loved One’s Farewell

January 20, 2020 | Categories: Blog, Funerals

For many of the families we serve in Indianapolis and the surrounding Central Indiana communities, a memento of a loved one can be incredibly comforting in the days and months following a death. With many memorial items to choose from at Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care, you are sure to find something that represents your…

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When Final Wishes Clash Within Families

January 16, 2020 | Categories: Blog, Preplanning

Throughout our decades of funeral service experience at Simplicity Funeral & Cremation Care, our caring team has been asked many times by families in the Indianapolis area what it’s like to be in funeral service, and whether our work is somehow depressing and morbid. While it is true that the work we do here is not…

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