Plan Ahead
Planning ahead and getting informed about the funeral process is not only for people who are sick. This is for everyone and it is the responsible decision for you to make.

Emotional Burden

Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult and emotional times of your life. Your thought process and ability to think rationally is distorted. By planning a funeral ahead the burden is taken off the family members left behind. At the time of the death the family can simply contact us at the funeral home and we will take care of the rest. The family can focus on grieving the loss and celebrating the life.

Financial Pressure

Having to pay for a sudden death funeral can be a financial shock for families. Most funeral homes require payment at the time of the service and this can leave people overwhelmed in an already stressful time. Not setting aside money puts pressure on others who may not be prepared. A funeral like any other major life event should be planned for financially. Paying in advance is flexible and can be done by various payment plans


We all live our life how we want and make decisions that fit our needs. A funeral should be no different. A funeral is considered a summary of one’s life. People should have input in the type of service they will have. There are many factors to decide from – cremation or burial, funeral or memorial service, religious or celebratory, etc. A funeral planned in advance gives clear direction to the family on what to do.

Lock it in

Another great benefit to planning ahead is that the cost of the funeral is locked in and the surviving family members never need to pay more for the same service. Entering a contract with our funeral home provides protection from inflation. We all know the rising costs of living these days, be proactive and save your family a lot of money in the long run.