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Thursday, May 14, 2020
Rural Wisconsin artist offers tips for how to navigate a loved one's death and funeral during the pandemic
With funerals banned, the pandemic has disrupted how we say goodbye to our loved ones and celebrate their lives, especially in close-knit small towns.
"It’s hard to guess when things might get back to normal, or what a new normal might look like. In the meantime, the rituals we observe when a loved one dies may not be possible," Donna Kallner writes for The Daily Yonder.
Kallner, a fiber artist from rural Wisconsin who often writes for the Yonder, writes from experience; her mother died May 2. She offers tips to help others prepare for the death of a loved one and navigate grieving during the pandemic. Read more here.