Why you should pre-plan your funeral service:
Having a discussion early lets your family know what you want, so they are able to spend time with family and friends when the time comes.
Discuss your funeral plans early, so your family knows your wishes.
With end of life planning, you relieve your family of having to make important financial decisions during a period of great stress and grief. The following links will help you get started, explore options and plan ahead. You may also contact us at any time if you have questions.
When final arrangements are already made, there is peace of mind with your loved one as well as the family that decisions will not have to be made in a time of crisis. Also, they are created to meet the desires and final wishes of your loved one as to how they wish to have their final arrangements, and a possible celebration of their life. Some baby boomers have already written their own obituaries, or created videos, since they know what they want mentioned about their lives, how they want to be remembered, and can word it exactly as they want it.
If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to talk with your family and start the planning process. It’s not easy, not comfortable, and certainly not a fun conversation, but it could be the greatest gift you will ever give. Once your plans are in place, get on with life, knowing you are prepared for the eventuality of end of life. You and your family will have a sense of security, balance and peace of mind.
Veterans Need Pre-Eligibility
Many veterans would like to know in advance whether they are eligible for burial or memorialization in a Deptartment of Veterans Affairs national cemetery. To learn more about this "Pre-Need eligibility Determination Program", we have the pdf linked here in our website.
Pre-Need Eligibility Determination Program
Veterans Pre-Needs Eligibility