All your life, you’ve made sensible plans for the future. It’s a businesslike way to approach living. Shouldn’t you approach the end of life in the same businesslike way?
When a death occurs, many decisions have to be made for a funeral or memorial service. Arranging a funeral in advance is a worthwhile experience. Time and again, family members express to us their gratefulness that their loved one filled out a pre-arrangement file of information and instructions.
What information do we need at the time of death? …full name, date of birth, place of birth, father’s name, mother’s name (maiden), social security number, level of education, occupation encompassing the most years of your life…
What type of funeral service do you prefer? Do you want a funeral service with viewing, visitation and earth burial? Do you want cremation and a memorial service? Are there favorite songs, poems or scripture to incorporate into the service? At which cemetery will the casket or cremains be buried?
Call us today. We’ll answer your questions. We’ll discuss the many pre-planning options that are available. Pre-planning is a sensible thing to do.
Slininger-Rossow Funeral Home