There is a Vitality

Posted on May 26, 2022 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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“When I die, I really don’t care what you do with me. Just ___ ___ me. I don’t want you to make a fuss.”   Really? Are these the instructions you are leaving your family? Of course, it does not matter to you and you really will not need a fuss. You will be the […]

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Scam Protection

Posted on August 20, 2021 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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How do I protect myself from scams that have become all too common in society today? How do I prevent myself from becoming a victim of the scammers who are on the phone, on the computer and at the front door?   Stuff needs to get done around your house. Maybe you could use some […]

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Celebrating Grads and Grands

Celebrating Grads and Grands

Posted on May 14, 2021 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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According to the National Center for Education Statistics, more than three million high school students will graduate this year. There will be parties, balloons, cakes and speeches. Many of these young people will receive the gift of a wonderful little book written at 87 years of age by Dr. Seuss. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! […]

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Social Distancing, Weddings and Funerals

Social Distancing, Weddings and Funerals

Posted on April 3, 2020 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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Does it take losing something to make us see its real value? Suddenly we find ourselves in a world where weddings and funerals may not happen. Just a few weeks ago people might have questioned the need for these kinds of gatherings. Now, we begin to feel what we have lost. Albeit a temporary loss, […]

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Age-Associated Financial Vulnerability

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Read this blog even though you don’t want to. Especially if you or your parent is over 65 or living alone. Age Associated Financial Vulnerability is a real thing and it affects intelligent independent people. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau puts the cost of elder financial exploitation as high as $36 billion a year. If […]

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