Pre-planning means peace of mind for everyone involved
In our lives, we plan for everything - careers, education, children, parties, weddings, vacations and retirement; through insurance, we even plan for things that may never occur; but, how often do we spend time to think about - much less plan - for the inevitable?
Our family is here to serve your family, now and in the future. You can be confident that we'll be sure your final wishes are fulfilled. We are always here to give you that comforting peace of mind. Many people hesitate to discuss planning funeral services in advance. Talking about funeral services for a loved one or even for ourselves does not have to be an uncomfortable event. It can be an important and responsible step that can save both emotional and financial distress. It is a certain part of our future, and planning for it helps us to be prepared. Family discusses and pre-planning means peace of mind for everyone involved. It's a thoughtful decision that helps reduce the stress of indecision and uncertainty when a death occurs.
What is a Preplanned Funeral?
A written plan in which individuals make their own arrangements for their funeral services and burial or cremation.
Why Preplan a Funeral?
It gives you comfort that your funeral will take place according to your own wishes. It eases the burden on your family members by:
- relieving the stress of decision making at a time of grieving
- removing the difficulty of making arrangements for geographically dispersed family members.
Preplanning and prepaying can be financially beneficial by paying for a future funeral at today's prices.
A carefully pre-planned service can be the comforting to your family. It can give them lasting peace of mind to know that they have acted in accordance with your wishes. Advance Planning also gives you the opportunity for the design of a personal and customized service. When someone dies, their family is often surprised and comforted by the number of people who attend the funeral. It is an inspiration to see at the end of someone's life the countless number of lives they have touched.