Why Are Rituals Important?

By: Jackie Naginey Hook
Wednesday, July 15, 2020

This month Jackie Naginey Hook and F. Glenn Fleming, supervisor and funeral director with Koch Funeral Home, have a conversation about why rituals are important. They also discuss the Because LOVE Can't Wait service options and why we want people to choose what is comfortable for them. 

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