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Kenyan funeral ideas: How to budget

by Team FQA • February 20, 2021

When death strikes our family, we all get emotional and confused not knowing where to start from, we don’t plan for the death of our loved ones when they are alive so their death comes as a surprise when we lose our loved one, you are required to do the following: Get a legal pronouncement […]


Kenyan Funeral: How to Writing a Moving Obituary

by Team FQA • February 20, 2021

An obituary is a news article that announces the death of a person and has brief biographical information of the deceased, writing an obituary of your loved one can be a very emotional experience, if you have lost your loved one, you will have to write one, the first thing is to gather all the […]


Kenyan Funeral: How to Select a Casket

by Team FQA • February 20, 2021

Caskets and coffins are the most important things in a funeral, they are of many types according to shape, interior finishing, the material used, size, and exterior color, and they have different prices according to the make. The important thing to do is to determine the type of casket you want to purchase. You should […]


Kenyan funeral program: How to choose a theme

by Team FQA • February 19, 2021

Saying goodbye and grieving over the loss of our love is a very emotional process, making a good funeral program for your loved one after their death is the best thing you can do for them. A theme is an appropriate framework, it determines how your funeral program will look like. Everyone would wish to […]


How to Compose a Sympathy Message

by Team FQA • June 2, 2020

When putting together a sympathy message, it can be difficult to figure out what to say. After all, you want to make sure that the wording is just right and that your feelings are properly expressed. 1. Giving Condolences A condolence is an expression of your sympathy for a loss. Typically when writing a condolence, the […]


How to Dress for a Wake – Tips on What to Wear

by Team FQA • June 2, 2020

For a wake, it has been traditional for a long time to wear black. Wearing black to wake has been going on for hundreds of years, but that tradition is no longer the only way to dress for a wake. Black Most people do wear black to a wake. Some people substitute dark blue for […]


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