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3 Things We Wish You Knew About Preplanning Your Funeral

January 20, 2023 | Categories: Blog, Preplanning

Over the years, our staff members at Rundus Funeral Home have seen more and more people preplanning their funerals. Not everyone feels comfortable discussing end-of-life topics with their loved ones or funeral planning experts. We understand the sensitive nature of these topics and want families in Broomfield to know that we are here to address … Read more

Effective Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

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Most of us take up a New Year’s resolution with the best of intentions. Perhaps we start off strong the first half of January and then slowly lose motivation as the year goes on. Keeping your New Year’s resolutions isn’t easy, and our experienced staff at Rundus knows how difficult it can be to keep … Read more

How to Choose Gratitude While Grieving

December 14, 2022 | Categories: Blog, Grief

When you’re in the throes of grief after the death of a loved one, it’s easy to neglect a lot of things, including a regular gratitude practice. Losing someone you love can leave you feeling helpless, depressed, bitter, or many other complex emotions. Regardless, what you’re feeling is probably very far from grateful. At Rundus … Read more

The 12 Days of Christmas Grief

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At Rundus, we know how difficult it can be to grieve a significant loss during the holiday season. When you’re missing someone special, and everyone is celebrating with loved ones, it can leave you feeling even more isolated and lonely. Inspired by the 12 days of Christmas, we put together this guide to help families … Read more

When You Don’t Feel Thankful on Thanksgiving

November 11, 2022 | Categories: Blog, Holidays

Gratitude is a positive practice that has a host of benefits for our minds and bodies like reducing negative thoughts and physical aches and pains. Each year, Thanksgiving is a collective opportunity to practice gratitude for all that we have. When you’re grieving the death of a loved one, it can be challenging to find … Read more

Veterans Day: 4 Ways to Say Thank You

November 10, 2022 | Categories: Blog, Veteran

Throughout our many years serving our Broomfield friends and neighbors, our staff at Rundus Funeral Home has shared this sentiment: There is no greater honor than caring for veterans and their families. For us, it’s one way to say thank you to the brave men and women who give so much to protect our American … Read more

Cremation With Confidence™: Why We Are the Team You Can Trust

October 12, 2022 | Categories: Blog, Cremation

When it comes to cremation, it’s a known fact that not all providers can be trusted to care for your loved one in a dignified way. Numerous national scandals have occurred over the years causing concern for many who choose cremation. This is why it’s so important to us to be the trustworthy Broomfield provider … Read more

Enjoying Fall Festivities in Broomfield

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For many in the Broomfield area, fall is considered the most wonderful time of the year! Our staff at Rundus Funeral Home & Crematory certainly understands that sentiment, as the cooler weather sets in and the leaves show their beauty. There’s so much to do to celebrate the season and we wanted to highlight a … Read more

Creating a Funeral Experience that Offers Healing   

September 15, 2022 | Categories: Blog, Grief

If you’ve lost someone close to you, you know how the days and weeks that follow are a blur of phone calls, paperwork, and funeral planning. Add to it a complicated mix of shock, sadness, and even guilt and life can quickly feel overwhelming. Since many Broomfield-area families don’t have a lot of experience planning … Read more

Supporting Someone After a Suicide Loss

September 12, 2022 | Categories: Blog, Grief

Losing someone to suicide is one of life’s most challenging circumstances.  The feelings of grief, confusion, and oftentimes guilt that follow the death make for a long road to healing. At Rundus Funeral Home & Crematory, we have walked through this type of loss with many of our Broomfield neighbors. Supporting someone after a suicide … Read more