Pre-planning your funeral should be a natural part of life because it provides the opportunity to make end-of-life decisions. Contact us for additional information.
Laying the foundation for a thoughtful funeral plan for you or a loved one takes a bit of time; however, pre-planning is time well spent.
- Prepare a contact list of individuals who should be notified in a medical emergency or death.
- Write an obituary or simply jot down information you would like included.
- Decide where obituary and memorial information should be published.
- Select service and burial options considering the following:
- Cemetery lot location
- Casket type or cremation urn type
- Vault or sectional crypt
- Type of service: religious, military, non-denominational, or fraternal
- Funeral home you designate to care for you
- Pallbearers, music, flowers, scripture or other readings
- Speakers and eulogies
- Organization(s) or church(es) to benefit from memorial donations