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September 9, 2011

Funeral planning: How to avoid paying beyond the grave

Take the time to really think through what kind of funeral you think you want. “People can have their funerals anywhere, not necessarily a church or funeral house,” says Erika Dillman, author of “The Party of Your Life.” There are also green burials, where you can be buried in a shroud or a biodegradable casket.

Hello, I’m writing because I was quoted in an article on this site, and the quote is incorrect and the link from the title of my book is also incorrect.

I said “funeral home” not “funeral house” and the link from the title of my book should go to my actual site (it now goes to an unrelated company with the same name)….my link is here.

I would greatly appreciate it if these small issues could be corrected. Thanks

Erika Dillman, Author, “The Party of Your Life”

Yes, the corrections have been made: GBU Editor

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