• Meaningful Ways to Honor a Veteran
    Posted: 07/12/2021

    Throughout our many years of serving Midland, Big Spring, and Stanton families, our staff at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory believes this: There is no greater honor than caring for veterans and their families. For us, it’s one way to say thank you to those brave men and women who give so much …
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  • The Cremation with Confidence™ Guarantee: Why It Matters for You
    Posted: 07/08/2021

    While it’s not right for everyone, all across the country, more people than ever are selecting cremation, with cremation rates expected to reach nearly 79% by 2035. Families in Midland, Big Spring, and Stanton are no exception, with many opting for cremation due to convenience, greater religious acceptance, matters of finance, and fewer adherences to …
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  • Creative Ways to Memorialize with Cremation
    Posted: 06/07/2021

    When a family in Midland, Big Spring, or Stanton is considering cremation instead of traditional burial, they may wonder if their options are limited or even impersonal – but this is definitely not the case when you choose Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory. More people in the Midland, Big Spring, and Stanton area …
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  • Never Feel Stuck: Transferring Your Prearrangements
    Posted: 06/03/2021

    People have a tendency to delay important things that are good for them. It defies explanation, but it’s true. It might be a doctor’s appointment you need to schedule. Signing up for that gym membership in the new year. Having that challenging, but healthy, conversation with a good friend or family member. Putting one’s final …
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  • Helping Area Families During Difficult Times
    Posted: 05/12/2021

    If  our neighbors in  Big Spring, Stanton, and Midland know anything about us here at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory, it’s that family is everything to us. Just read what some of the families we’ve served are saying: “I cannot possibly express in words how very thankful I am to the entire family …
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  • What are Our Options? Alternatives to Traditional Funerals
    Posted: 05/10/2021

    If a member of our care team asked you what you envision for your own funeral, what would you say? Would it look like other services you have attended, perhaps held in a place of worship or a funeral home? Would you want a formal gathering, solemn in nature, with guests dressed in black? Or …
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  • Cultural Spotlight: Mexican Funeral Traditions
    Posted: 04/12/2021

    One of the greatest joys of what we do here at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Homes & Crematory is helping our neighbors who have different cultural, ethnic, and faith backgrounds pay tribute to their loved ones. Big Spring, Midland, and Stanton are wonderfully diverse places to live, and it’s important to us to be able …
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  • Why Wouldn’t You Preplan Your Funeral?
    Posted: 04/08/2021

    Most of us don’t like to think about our own mortality – let alone plan for it. Sure, we make arrangements for other events in life. Think of the planning involved when you make a major purchase or organize a vacation or party. Not to mention the thought and time you invest thinking (and, perhaps, …
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  • Why You Should Choose a Funeral Home with Its Own Crematory?
    Posted: 03/08/2021

    When we’re talking to a Midland, Big Spring, or Stanton family about end-of-life arrangements for their loved one here at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory , we’re always sure to mention that we own our own on-site crematory. Why is this an important part of the conversation? There are many reasons, starting with …
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  • 5 Reasons More Texans are Choosing to Plan Ahead
    Posted: 03/04/2021

    If you’re anything like our staff here at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home and Crematory, you’re looking forward to a time when we’re not “making history”! A historic pandemic, historic weather events leading to historic power outages – it’s been one thing after another, hasn’t it? A major lesson we’ve learned time and time again …
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