Jim Busch

Owner and president of our firm. Fourth generation funeral director and certified crematory operator, Jim is guided by his principles in faith, family and friends. He loves to hear feedback from our families. Proudly serving Busch families since 1986.

How to Celebrate Dates of Significance Following a Death

There are a handful of dates on the calendar we celebrate every year, including anniversaries, birthdays, holidays and more. But following the loss...

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3 Reasons Why More People are Choosing Cremation Over Burial

Demand for cremation has outpaced burial for the fourth consecutive year, according to National Funeral Directors Association’s (NFDA) 2019 report on...

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How to Fill Out a Death Certificate in Ohio

Following the loss of a loved one, you may experience periods of intense emotions. While it’s normal to grieve, there are several time-sensitive tasks

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Does Life Insurance Cover Funeral Costs?

When a loved one passes away, there are many sudden financial responsibilities left to handle on their behalf, including paying for the funeral if no

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How to Stay Organized When Planning a Funeral

Did you know only 21% of people have talked to a loved one about their final wishes? With such a low percentage, it’s no surprise that planning a...

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3 Cremation Options for Families With Varying Budgets

Losing a loved one is one of life’s most difficult challenges. In the midst of intense grief, family members are expected to make final arrangements,...

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What to Expect Before, During and After a Funeral

Whether it’s your first time making arrangements for a loved one who has passed or your first time attending services for a family member or friend,...

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6 Ways to Honor a Fallen Hero on Memorial Day in Cleveland

Memorial Day, originally known as Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who passed away while serving in the U.S. military.

Its roots go...

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How Long Do I Have to Make Funeral Arrangements?

Following the loss of a loved one, there are upwards of 125 decisions to be made. One of those decisions involves arranging services. 

It’s common...

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How Funeral Preplanning Can Provide Comfort When a Death is Near

Whether your loved one was just placed into hospice care or is suffering from a terminal illness, nothing is more heart-wrenching than learning a...

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7 Ways to Memorialize a Loved One Following Cremation

Memorialization is an integral part of every culture. In fact, the very practice of memorialization dates back to 35,000 B.C. 

While customs have...

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5 Signs It’s Time to Transition an Aging Loved One to a Senior Care Facility

Caring for an aging loved one can be one of the most rewarding, but also hardest jobs, both mentally and physically, you ever encounter in your...

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