FAQ

Do you need to arrange a funeral and not sure what to do?

Here is the To-Do list in order to plan the ceremony for your loved ones:

1.      Make an appointment with one of our funeral directors for the initial consultation

2.      Notify family, friends, and business associates of passing

3.      Review your loved one’s will, trusts, insurance, finances, etc.

4.      Gather information you would like included in the obituary

5.      Purchase flowers; our preferred florist, For Get Me Not Florist

6.      Purchase memorial folders, register books, etc.

7.      Complete social security forms & obtain social security benefits

8.      Obtain veteran benefits (if applicable)

9.      Obtain life insurance benefits (if applicable)

10.  Do not worry- we understand this is a difficult time in your life and we will do everything we can  in order to make this process easier

 

Our funeral director will coordinate all of the logistics with you during your consultation. After this information is received the funeral director will proceed with the funeral arrangements.

Who should be included in the funeral ceremony?

Anyone that has impacted the life of or has been impacted by the deceased; such as family, friends, co-workers, business associates, and neighbors should be included in the ceremony.

What are the costs associated with planning a funeral?

The costs of a funeral service may vary depending on the type of funeral service (i.e., Traditional, Memorial and Grave Side), the merchandise (i.e., casket or urn), the transportation selected, in addition to staffing request.  Contact our office for more information on pricing for your personalized service.

Is financial Aid available if I cannot afford funeral services?

After you have sought insurance assistance seek the financial help of family. If family members come together to help pay for services, this will relieve stress. We can help secure financing at our bank if applicable. Our funeral directors will be able to advise you further about this resource during your consultation.