The St. Charles Walk To End Alzheimer's There will be a Memorial Garden at the St. Charles County Walk to End Alzheimer's this year. If you would like to participate in having your loved one in the Memorial Garden please donate towards your team/individual loved one and fill out the information on the form below. [...]
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Honoring Our Father Figures Father’s Day can be difficult for those who have lost their father. Memories, whether good or bad, of that father-child relationship can rise to the surface and sometimes bring up unexpected emotions. This is a natural part of the grieving process, but one way to help yourself move beyond it is [...]
Let's Talk About Flag Day How much do you know about Flag Day? Is it a holiday you observe? Why is it a holiday? For that matter, why isn’t it observed as a federal holiday, so we can all take the day off? We’ve got answers to everything you ever wanted to know about Flag [...]
Recently, I read an article about scientists who are experimenting with glue that is safe and strong enough to fix your heart when it’s literally torn. Here’s the link if you’re interested: "Cure for Broken Hearts: New Glue Can Mend Heart Wounds" Wow, the medicinal advancements are astonishing. But where’s the “glue” that can fix [...]
Each year, the family and staff at Baue honor those who have survived and lost their fight with breast cancer through contributions to families and organizations throughout St. Charles and St. Louis, MO. The staff at Baue Funeral Homes wore pink for the entire month of October. If you look around any of our 3 [...]
Warning Signs of Suicide The warning signs of suicide can sometimes go undetected. IS PATH WARM? Is a way to help remember the signs of threat. I Ideation: Threatening or talking about wanting to hurt/kill him/herself; looking for ways to kill him/herself; talking or writing about death, dying or suicide, when [...]
Showing care and concern towards someone who is contemplating or threatening suicide could ultimately change the outcome of their decision. Many times, their threats are an outcry for help or an attempt to voice their feelings in the only way they know how. Ask if they are OK. Though this seems like a logical question [...]
What to Say to Someone Who Has Lost a Loved One to Suicide After someone has lost a loved one, it can be difficult to know what to say to them. This is especially true when their loved one has died from completing suicide. Here are 9 ways to being a conversation when someone has [...]
A survivor of suicide is a family member or friend of a person who died by suicide. Losing someone to suicide is shocking, painful and unexpected. Part of being a survivor is to aim to adjust to life without your loved one. Grief work is often complex, intense and long term. However, there is healing [...]
As September 10th , otherwise known as World Suicide Prevention Day approaches it is our goal to spread awareness about suicide and how to prevent it from occurring. Baue Funeral Homes, Crematory, and Cemetery will be holding the Shine the Light candle lighting event at the Baue Community Center located at 608 Jefferson Street, St. [...]
Paws to Remember Sunday, September 20 3:30pm Cottleville Dog Park Register at: 636-875-5700 or Baue.com/events Baue Pet Services annual Paws to Remember pet honoring ceremony and balloon release will be held at the Cottleville Dog Park on Sunday, September 20 at 3:30pm. The ceremony will be followed by a Barbeque and Mobile Pet Adoption. We are also collecting [...]
Our next Silver & Gold luncheon will be held on Tuesday, October 6 at the Stegton Banquet Center! Join us for the Oktoberfest Luncheon where we will be giving out prizes for the best dressed costumes, and door prizes! We will also have LIVE entertainment and delicious food. To register today, CLICK HERE, or call [...]