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Bereavement Pins

We have all attended wakes/visitations and funerals where we did not know all of the immediate family of the deceased; therefore, we found it hard to identify who we should sympathise with. The situation can be at best uncomfortable and at worst embarrassing. The distinction of wearing the Mourning symbols serves the surviving family as well as the sympathetic visitors. Families benefit from the increased number of people who can share comforting words and cherished memories. And visitors feel the value of their presence when they are able to express their condolences to the mourning family.

Funerals

Worn by immediate family members at viewings/wakes and Funerals.

Remembering the departed, Respecting the grieving...

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The distinction of wearing the bereavement pins serves the surviving family as well as the sympathetic visitors. Families benefit from the increased number of people who can share comforting words and cherished memories. And visitors feel the value of their presence when they are able to express their condolences to the mourning family members.

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Individuals

Worn by individuals to help people understand they are mourning.

An outward expression of grief...

Worn by individuals to show they are grieving or recently bereaved. To help people understand that you have recently been bereaved, grieving and are in mourning.

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The elegant pins, which also serve as treasured keepsakes, are offered in either black or white enamel in the shape of a cross or, as a non-denominational option, a circle. Both have a center image of a dove in flight and are presented on a card with the expressive poem, "It's My Time," by poet Jacky Newcomb.

The crosses are beautiful. The simplicity, quality and design are very nice. Just to have an outlet to show my grief "appropriately" is a relief.
- Mary Northup