Preventable Death Behind The Wheel

Posted on February 19th, 2018
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Although death is inevitable, it seems to us here at Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory in Lewisville, Texas that Americans are authoring their own deaths more quickly than need be. Whether its obesity, excessive alcohol consumption, or unwillingness to stop smoking, it seems that we are, as a people, doing ourselves in faster than what […]

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The Untapped Talent of Dogs

Posted on February 16th, 2018
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In the course of business at Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory, grief is an everyday topic of conversation. We are one of the leading cremation specialists in Dallas and the Fort Worth area. Our funeral directors who use us have been with us for many years: there is not much we have not experienced in […]

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Bogart’s Cremation

Posted on February 12th, 2018
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Preparing for final arrangements (cremation, traditional funeral service, or whatever avenue you choose) for loved ones is extremely difficult.  But when it comes to making the same arrangements for yourself, it is even more burdensome.  That’s partially because it implies our own mortality, an inevitable but consequential outcome few of us face without pause.

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What Does The Ash In Ash Wednesday Mean?

Posted on February 9th, 2018
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We at Martin Oaks Crematory and Cemetery are accustomed to answering all manner of questions about cremation, especially at this time of year. With Ash Wednesday rapidly approaching, we almost always are queried about ashes.

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Understanding Cancer

Posted on February 7th, 2018
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The causes of death we see here at Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory follow very closely with leading national causes that are reported throughout the United States. Heart disease, cancer, respiratory disease, and stroke are the most common, but diabetes, pneumonia, kidney disease, suicide, and Alzheimer’s are also edging up the list.

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