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  • Our Top 5 Recommended Foods for a Funeral Reception
    Posted: 05/18/2020

    Getting together after a funeral to share stories and a meal is a special tradition for many families in Indianapolis, Greenwood, Anderson, and Pendleton. Here at St. Pierre Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, we always say that every person is unique and needs to be celebrated – and a reception does exactly that. It’s… Read more »

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  • 5 Ways to Honor Your Loved One in the Years After Their Death
    Posted: 05/07/2020

    In talking to Indianapolis families over the years, many have described how grief has a tendency to “sneak in” after losing a loved one. Our staff at St. Pierre Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service can relate. Something as simple as hearing a particular song on the radio or coming across a memento from the… Read more »

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  • Our Advice on Talking to Kids About COVID-19
    Posted: 04/16/2020

    Our St. Pierre Family Funeral staff has 123 years of experience walking through difficult times with those in our community. This includes having conversations with children about illness, tragedy, and death. When Indianapolis, Greenwood, North Salem, and Anderson families walk through our doors, they depend on us for encouragement during challenging moments; right now is… Read more »

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  • 5 Ways to Relieve Loneliness During a Quarantine
    Posted: 04/13/2020

    All across Indianapolis, Greenwood, Anderson, Pendleton, and Jamestown, people are spending their days inside waiting for the end of the COVID-19 crisis. Here at St. Pierre Family Funeral Home, 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… Read more »

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  • 10 Affordable Ways to Make a Funeral More Personal
    Posted: 03/16/2020

    If you’ve ever attended a funeral that beautifully reflected the passions, hobbies, and personality of the person who died, you know how meaningful it can be for friends and family. At St. Pierre Family Funeral, we are experts at weaving unique touches throughout a funeral service, burial, and reception – and these details do not… Read more »

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  • Who Should Participate in the Funeral Service?
    Posted: 03/02/2020

    When our care team at St. Pierre Family Funeral sits down with a family to talk about funeral plans, there are many important decisions that need to be made. When and where should the funeral take place? Did the person who died express a preference for cremation or traditional burial? When it comes to the… Read more »

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  • Is a Funeral Worth the Hassle and Expense?
    Posted: 02/17/2020

    When a loved one dies, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed by the thought of planning a funeral or memorial service. The details, the cost, and the emotional investment may seem to add more stress to an already difficult situation. At St. Pierre Family Funeral, we know it’s extremely important to honor and celebrate the life of a loved… Read more »

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  • Our Family Serving Yours
    Posted: 02/03/2020

    Family-owned businesses, such as St. Pierre Family Funeral, build their reputation by delivering on their promises. For the Wilson St. Pierre family, this means surpassing expectations as we serve our neighbors in Indianapolis, Greenwood, Anderson, and Pendleton. Our family has owned and operated Wilson St. Pierre for more than 122 years. We realize our neighbors throughout the Indianapolis… Read more »

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  • The Many Ways to Personalize a Loved One’s Farewell
    Posted: 01/20/2020

    For many of the families we serve in Indianapolis, Anderson, Greenwood, and the surrounding 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 St. Pierre Family Funeral, you are sure to find something that represents your… Read more »

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  • Tips for Improving Your Life in 2020
    Posted: 01/16/2020

    Life can be broken down into many chapters, and 2020 is the perfect opportunity to start a brand new one. But let’s shake things up a bit and take the focus off resolutions. After all, studies show that less than 10 percent of those who make resolutions manage to stick them for more than a few months. Instead, let’s think about how different ways we can improve… Read more »

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