Crossings
Issue 19 • Fall 2011

IN THIS ISSUE

Issue 19: Fall 2011

Dear Neighbor

Good Mourning with Carole McLeod: Coping with the Holidays and Holiday Events

Casey's Cookies: Learn about our recipient of this year's Ornament sales

Bio-Cremation: Flameless Cremation is now a reality

Holiday Pet Safety Tips

Preplanning: The Queen Hates Bickering

Staff Spotlight

Comfort Circle

Ice Cream Social

Summer Photo Contest Winners

Crossing Archives

Anderson McQueen. Life. Love. Legacy.

We are dedicated to the art of helping and providing personal and professional services in a caring, sensitive manner.

Since our inception in
1952, we have been a
family-owned and
operated funeral home
serving our community.

Northeast St. Petersburg
2201 Dr. Martin Luther King
Street North
727-822-2059

Tyrone
7820 38th Avenue North
727-347-6636

Cremation Tribute Center
7820 38th Avenue North
727-347-6636

Sunnyside Cemetery
5300 19th Street North
727-822-7879

www.AndersonMcQueen.com

Anderson McQueen and
Pet Passages are now on
Facebook and YouTube!

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The purpose of this
newsletter is to inform and
educate the community on
funeral services and grief
support issues.

Please accept our sincerest
apologies if this has reached
a home where there is illness
or sorrow.

Holiday Pet Safety Tips

Pet PassagesChocolate in all forms can be very dangerous. Symptoms include seizures, vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity, increased thirst, urination and increased heart rate.

Pumpkins & Decorative Corn are relatively harmless, yet can produce intestinal upset or blockage. Plants to keep out of reach are holly, mistletoe, poinsettias, pine needles & lilies.

Cords, Plugs & other fixtures can look like chew toys. Unplug decorations when you are not home. Tape down or cover cords to help avoid shocks, burns or other serious injuries.

If you dress up your pet, make sure that the costume is safe. It should not constrict movement, hearing or breathing. Try on costumes beforehand. If your pet seems distressed, allergic or shows abnormal behavior, consider letting him go au naturel or donning a festive bandana.