A belltower at Forest Home Cemetery, in Fifield, Wisconsin, USA. Tolling bells during funerals has been customary in some places around the world. Read More...
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Wisconsin Cemeteries: Who needs a fiduciary? | Death ...
But instead, five Wisconsin legislators are sponsoring a proposal that would allow Wisconsin cemeteries to bypass fiduciary institutions and allow their trust funds to be administered by broker-dealers. The lead sponsor ...
Cemeteries want to bury death services law - Watchdog.org
For years, Wisconsin cemetery owners have worked to bury an 80-year-old law that prohibits joint ownership of funeral homes and cemeteries. Last year, a bill that would have removed the restriction, again, died in committee.
Spooky things you find in cemeteries ….. headless figures ...
This poor figure has lost its head ... literally. She is also missing part of a hand, poor thing. No head or hand was found near this figure, which resides in Forest Home cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.