Every night you tune into the news because frankly, there is nothing else to zone out on between the hours of 5 and 6 at night, after a long day at work. We all hear the national or even local stories about killings, accidents, suicides and are saddened and sometimes get choked up when hearing them but in the back of our minds, most of us are thinking “that won’t happen to me”. And maybe you’re lucky and it won’t happen to you, but the truth of the matter is that it can happen to anyone: rich, poor, young, old. Is it a reason to stop living your life? Actually it should be the opposite, it should be a reason to live your life fuller, grander and with more passion each and every day because you never know what could happen and each day you and your loved ones are safe, happy and healthy is a good day. Though the reality of this might make it a wise decision to lock your doors when you go to sleep for the night.
Maybe you’ve got a news story you can’t forget, I know we all have a few…. I remember distinctly a couple sleeping in their bed in my old neighborhood and a drug addict walked up onto their deck, opened the sliding door and shot the wife in bed and left the husband live. That kind of horror is terrifying to learn about, even if you live cities away or few houses down but what about that husband? The grief he must feel, the memories that replay…
We Clean Some of the Hardest Memories
Whether you’ve got your own story in mind or the one I shared lays heavy on your heart, the pain felt isn’t limited to just the death alone. After the accused is found, the police are finished, the investigator closes their case and the media swarm dies down – that is when the silence kicks in and responsibilities are left to the survivors of these terrible acts. Along with the excruciating task of sharing this painful news with family, friends, companies, and preparing a proper memorial event, there is an even more daunting task that the news, media, police and many others fail to mention. The Cleanup.
Cleaning After a Death
Maryland Recovery offers our death cleanup services to individuals, families’ and anyone else in need of them. Death cleanup is a hard thing to experience, even when the person/s that died are complete strangers. We have a certified team that have been or currently are medical professionals, emergency responders, fire fighters and law enforcement officers that have dealt with blood and death on a daily basis and have learned how to cope and they would like to help you, in your time of need.
Contact Maryland Recovery if a death has occurred and you would like some assistance getting through it, we can clean up what is left of the incident; call us at 855-700-4960 – 24/7/365.