Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services Is Prepared to Safely Care For Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services Is Prepared to Safely Care For Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Acworth, GA – Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services remains committed and prepared to safely care for the families it serves during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Whenever possible, Georgia Funeral Care will continue to enable families to participate in the rituals that are most important to them. read more

GFC Assists with Defibrillator Training At The Post on August 8, 2019

GFC Assists with Defibrillator Training At The Post on August 8, 2019
On August 8, 2019, the Ron Asby North Cobb American Legion Post 304 held a training class for its new defibrillator. Captain Nick Adams, Cobb County EMS Operations Captain of the Cobb County Fire Department, taught the class on basic CPR and the use of the AED Defibrillator to several Post members and bar/kitchen staff. read more

National League of POW-MIA Families

National League of POW-MIA Families
AMERICANS ACCOUNTED FOR: On 7/26/19, DPAA posted the identification of Major Neal C. Ward, USAF. Listed as MIA in Laos on 6/13/69, his remains were recovered on 12/13/17, and identified on 7/19/19. On 6/11/19, DPAA announced that Air Force Colonel Roy A. Knight, Jr, listed as MIA on 5/19/67 over Laos, is now accounted for. His remains were recovered on 2/28/19, and ID’d on 6/4/19. Prior to that, DPAA announced on 2/25/19 that Navy Reserve Journalist 3rd Class Raul A. Guerra, USN, listed as MIA on 10/8/67, was accounted for. His remains were recovered on 8/15/05 and identified on 2/20/19. read more

Veteran Funeral Plans: Serving Those Who Served For Us

Veteran Funeral Plans: Serving Those Who Served For Us
Planning a funeral, either for you or a loved one, will always create unanswered questions for the family. If the deceased served in the military, that planning should reflect their service to their country. Georgia Funeral Care & Cremations has several options available to honor veterans. read more

Where to Begin: How to Plan for a Funeral

Where to Begin: How to Plan for a Funeral
When a loved one passes, it is always important to honor their memory in a way that they would have wanted. There isn’t a “right” or “wrong” way to do things. Often times, a person’s religious beliefs will be an important factor in a funeral. In some cases, careers or notable accomplishments will be part of the planning process, too. At Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, we will assist you in planning a beautiful and touching service. read more