The last stop: how preparations are made for a funeral

Katerina Pappas

All that is left after death of a loved one are physical parts. Funerals take place not for the deceased but for their loved ones, as an opportunity for release. Diverse cultures approach this difficult time in different ways, and embalmer John Lampe and funeral director Michael Rubino from Alameda Family Funeral & Cremation work with particulars groups to attend to their grievances. Listen to podcast below to hear about their stories.