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We've had the privilege of assisting many families with their funeral pre-planning. During the time we've spent with them, we've learned more about the reasons behind their decision to take funeral pre-planning seriously.
These are just a few of the comments we've heard during funeral pre-arrangements. Chances are pretty good that some of these statements are true for you as well.
Whether any of these statements are true for you, we encourage you to discuss your wishes with your family. We understand that it is your funeral/memorial. However, it is equally important to understand that a service is about the deceased, but it is for the living.
A funeral or memorial service, like a wedding, is a ceremonial event that must be planned to coordinate activities and people in a flowing sequence that will help to provide a positive lasting memory for everyone in attendance.
If you're ready to begin funeral pre-planning, start by reviewing our funeral pre-planning checklist. The second step can be taken in the privacy of your own home by using our online funeral pre-planning tool, pre-arrange online. Or, if you'd rather have guidance from one of our funeral pre-planning specialists, call us at 502-863-3550 to set up an appointment. You can come in to our office or we will come to you.
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