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Facing Thanksgiving When Someone You Love Has Died

Thanksgiving is traditionally a family holiday when loved ones gather from far and near to count their blessings and spend quality time together.  For someone who has suffered a loss, though, this holiday can feel very different. When you’re grieving, it can be hard to get into the holiday spirit, and even worse if you [...]

Facing Thanksgiving When Someone You Love Has Died 2018-03-18T20:33:15-05:00

Fathers’ Day for the Grieving

Kelly Karavousanos Director Grief Services Center for Hope and Healing Father's Day is all at once a painful reminder that my Dad is no longer here yet at the same time a comforting reminder of what a gift it was to have him as my Dad. I would not be the person I am today without him. In times [...]

Fathers’ Day for the Grieving 2018-03-18T20:33:21-05:00

History of Flag Day

We believe in our country, our freedom, veterans and all who have sacrificed to make our nation what it is today. Below is a brief history of National Flag Day. Flag Day is a celebrated holiday observed on June 14th of each year. The holiday first originated in Fredonia, Wisconsin by a schoolteacher named BJ [...]

History of Flag Day 2018-03-18T20:33:22-05:00

Being Selected Matters

Baue is honored to be the only member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes in St. Charles and St. Louis counties. What does this mean to you and your family? Watch this video to learn more. Founded in 1917 this invitation only nationwide organization ensures you are choosing a trustoworthy and reputable family owned funeral home [...]

Being Selected Matters 2018-03-18T20:33:38-05:00