Garden stone – A decorative stone used in landscaping or as a memorial marker.
Genealogy research – The study of family history and lineage.
Generation-skipping transfer (GST) tax
Generation-skipping transfer (GST) tax – A tax on transfers of assets to beneficiaries who are more than one generation younger than the donor.
Genetic analysis – The analysis of a person’s DNA to determine their genetic makeup and potential health risks.
A form of psychotherapy that focuses on the present moment and emphasizes personal responsibility and self-awareness.
Gifting strategies – Strategies for gifting assets to heirs or beneficiaries in a tax-efficient manner.
Gift tax – A tax on gifts given during a person’s lifetime.
Globalization and its impact on funeral fabrics
The influence of international trade and cultural exchange on the materials and styles used in funeral textiles.
Government agency – An organization or department of the government responsible for regulating and overseeing the funeral industry.
A durable and popular material used for headstones and monuments.
Granite vs marble headstones
Granite vs marble headstones – The differences between headstones made from granite and those made from marble.
Grass seeding and fertilization
The process of planting and nourishing grass around a grave site.
A site for burying a deceased person or animal.
Grave depth requirements
The minimum depth required by law for a burial, typically 4-6 feet.
The intentional or unintentional disturbance of a deceased person’s grave.
Grave excavation procedures
The process of digging a grave, including measuring and marking the site, removing soil, and preparing the bottom.
Grave liner – A container made from concrete that surrounds and protects an outer casket
Grave liner – A container made from concrete that surrounds and protects an outer casket.
Grave liner- A container made from concrete that surrounds caskets when they are buried underground
Grave liner – A container made from concrete that surrounds caskets when they are buried underground to prevent the ground from sinking.
Grave Liner Options
Protective outer containers placed in the ground to prevent the collapse of the grave and protect the casket.
Grave liners – A container made from concrete that surrounds and protects an outer casket.
A protective container made of concrete or other materials that surrounds the casket and prevents the ground from collapsing.
Gravel or sand requirements
The use of gravel or sand to prevent the ground from collapsing around the casket.
Grave marker – A marker placed at the site of a burial to identify the deceased.
Grave marker or headstone prices (if applicable)
Grave marker or headstone prices (if applicable) – The cost of purchasing and installing a grave marker or headstone.
Grave marker restrictions
Regulations governing the size, design, and placement of grave markers.
Grave markers/tombstones – Markers or stones placed at a gravesite to identify the deceased and provide information about their life.
Grave Marker/Tombstone – A marker placed at the site of a burial to identify the deceased.
Grave marker types analysis
Grave marker types analysis – The analysis of different types of grave markers, including materials, designs, and inscriptions.
Grave monument options
Grave monument options – The various options for grave markers and monuments, including headstones, plaques, and statues.
Graveside Committal Service – Short service conducted at graveside after burial
Graveside Committal Service – Short service conducted at graveside after burial.
Graveside service – A funeral service held at the gravesite of the deceased.
Graveside service coordination
Graveside service coordination – The planning and coordination of a funeral service held at the gravesite of the deceased.
Grave Site Selection
Grave Site Selection – The process of selecting a burial plot within a cemetery or graveyard.
Gravestone vs cenotaph
Gravestone vs cenotaph – A gravestone is a marker placed at the site of a burial, while a cenotaph is a marker placed in honor of someone who is buried elsewhere.
Grave vs Tomb
The difference between a grave, which is a burial plot, and a tomb, which is an above-ground structure for burial.
Graveyard – A place where the remains of deceased individuals are buried or interred.
Graveyard Maintenance – The upkeep and maintenance of a cemetery or graveyard, including landscaping, cleaning, and repairs.
A work shift typically starting in the late evening and ending in the early morning, often worked by morticians.
A burial that prioritizes environmentally friendly practices and materials.
Green burial/natural burial
A burial that prioritizes environmentally friendly practices and materials.
Green burial options
Alternatives to traditional burial, such as natural burial and cremation.
Green burial practices
Environmentally-friendly burial practices, such as natural burial and biodegradable caskets.
A funeral that prioritizes environmentally friendly practices and materials.
The emotional response to the loss of a loved one.
Grief and bereavement
Grief and bereavement – The emotional response to the loss of a loved one and the process of coping with that loss.
Programs or events designed to provide support and guidance for those grieving.
Professional counseling to help individuals cope with the loss of a loved one.
Grief counseling – professional support provided to those experiencing emotional distress following loss
Grief counseling – Professional support provided to those experiencing emotional distress following loss.
Grief Counseling Services
Professional counseling services to help individuals cope with the loss of a loved one.
Grief counseling/support groups
Professional counseling or support groups to help individuals cope with the loss of a loved one.
Professional support for individuals and families coping with loss and grief.
A professional trained to provide counseling and support to those grieving the loss of a loved one.
Grief education and awareness programs
Programs designed to educate individuals on the grieving process and provide support for those experiencing loss.
The emotional journey of coping with loss.
Grief rituals – Customs and practices designed to help mourners cope with their grief and honor the deceased.
The various emotional stages experienced by those grieving the loss of a loved one.
Emotional and practical support provided to those grieving the loss of a loved one.
Grief support resources
Organizations, websites, or other resources that provide support and guidance for those grieving.
Professional counseling or therapy to help individuals cope with the loss of a loved one.
Events or situations that can cause a person to experience intense feelings of grief.
A thorough physical examination of the deceased to determine the cause of death.
Ground Maintenance Costs
The expenses associated with maintaining the cemetery grounds, including landscaping and repairs.
Ground settling issues
The potential for the ground to settle after burial, causing damage to the gravesite.
The maintenance and upkeep of the grounds surrounding a funeral home or cemetery.
A type of therapy that involves multiple individuals working together to process and cope with shared experiences.
A belief that challenges and setbacks can lead to personal growth and development.
Guest book signing
A book for attendees to sign and leave messages for the family.
Standards or rules to follow when performing mortician duties.
Guilt, regret, or self-blame
Common emotions experienced by those grieving the loss of a loved one.