Facts about the singer “Shakila Mohseni Sedaghat” and her family in the U.S.
The first row or two of seats or pews are usually reserved for the immediate family of the person who died, and you should sit there. At many funerals, friends and other guests want to give the family enough space but accidentally end up isolating the family in the front of the room. If you find yourself sitting alone in the front of the room, feel free to invite others to come sit next to you. If you find the the first rows of seats are occupied, you should feel comfortable asking people to move. If you don’t feel comfortable asking people to move seats, ask a friend to help.