Navigating the New Year 2021

Navigating the New Year 2021

Posted on December 26, 2020 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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It is over. 2020 has come to an end. As years go it was a hum dinger. It is a safe bet most people did not have even the slightest clue when as they rang out 2019 what they would experience in the next twelve months. So, it is understandable if they find themselves feeling […]

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Christmas

Christmas

Posted on December 11, 2020 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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Not everyone anticipates the approaching Christmas holiday with enthusiasm. Let’s face it, Christmas comes around the same time every year and it’s just bound to hit everyone at a low point at least once in a lifetime. So, if this is not been your best year and you are not really looking forward to Christmas, […]

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Posted on May 15, 2020 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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What is the purpose of Memorial Day? Why do we have this holiday? Of course, it is a three-day weekend. A perfect time to hit the road and do something in the great outdoors. After all, in most parts of the country it’s the start of the Summer season. Time to clean off the grill, […]

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Mother’s Day

Posted on May 1, 2020 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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Mothers come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. There are tall moms, short moms, thin moms, and moms with soft edges. There are single moms, moms with partners and moms with husbands. Moms are an indispensable part of our existence. They literally keep the human species from becoming extinct. Hooray for Moms! Today is their […]

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The cranberry sauce is for dad

Posted on December 13, 2019 by Sytsema Funeral Home | Leave a comment
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People often say that one of the hardest things about that first year, the year after your loved one died, is that no one uses their name or talks about them. The hole in your heart begins to feel deeper and wider because talking about them seems forbidden. And as the holidays approach, the quietness […]

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