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There are quite a few decisions you need to make when planning a funeral. It isn't easy when you're in mourning, but it helps to have a checklist. One of the things you need to do when planning a funeral is determine who will carry the casket if there is one. And if there isn't, you may want to have honorary pallbearers. Whether you are a pallbearer or need to choose pallbearers for a funeral, it's important to understand what is involved. This is a position of both honor and responsibility.
You can do a number of things to support a grieving family at a funeral, like bringing flowers, sending a sympathy card, and attending the viewing or wake. But, being a pallbearer holds a similar—if not, more significant—role in a funeral service. Let's explore what a pallbearer is, their duties, and tips for first-time pallbearers. A pallbearer is a person who assists in carrying a casket during a traditional funeral or burial. A pallbearer role is most common in Catholic and Christian funerals. However, pallbearers are also present in Jewish funeral ceremonies, too. There are usually six to eight pallbearers in each funeral service and this size varies on the size of the casket. Pallbearers consist of close family members and friends. A pallbearer is either chosen by the deceased in pre-death planning or by the family after.
It is an honour to be asked to be a pallbearer, and anyone in the position will feel a sense of duty and responsibility. Of course it is a very sad situation, and carrying the coffin of a close relative or friend can be extremely difficult, but you have a duty to do the job well. If the close family of the deceased have selected you as a pallbearer, it shows they trust you and you were very important to the person who has passed away. Pallbearers carry the deceased to their final resting place, and typically between six to eight people are chosen. If you are asked to be a pallbearer, you should handle the role with dignity and respect and follow some simple etiquette tips. Of course, black or dark colours are usually preferred for the sombre occasion, however sometimes the family of the deceased will request a certain dress code. They may ask for a favourite colour to be worn, for example. The important thing is to look smart, so a suit is usually preferred to show respect.