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Both you and your loved ones can benefit when funeral arrangements are made well in advance of need. A carefully planned funeral service can spare your loved ones from facing decisions that can be difficult at the time of death. And it can give them the lasting peace of mind of knowing they have acted in accordance with your wishes.

You can pre-arrange any type of service you desire. Your plans may be as detailed or as general as you wish. No funding plan or cost needs to be involved in your pre-arrangement.

Having the luxury of time, you can consider your desires as well as others. We encourage you to discuss your thoughts and decisions with your family. During this time of planning ahead, you may also find it worthwhile to seek the advice of an attorney, a bank or trust officer, an insurance advisor, or your clergyman.

Pre-Arrangement Form

Please fill out the form below as detailed as possible to help us assist your needs. We will contact you to confirm receiving it.

    * These arrangements are for (Name):

    * E-Mail

    * Address

    * Phone

    * What type of service would you prefer?:

    Do you presently own burial or mausoleum space?:

    If you answered yes to the above, where?:

    * Would you like an opportunity for friends and family to visit?:

    * Would you choose to have a funeral or memorial ceremony?:

    If yes to the above, would you like it in the funeral home, your church or somewhere else (please describe)? :

    Who would you choose to conduct or take part in the service?:

    What music titles would you like during the ceremony?:

    What type or material of casket/urn would you prefer?:

    Your favorite types of flowers?:

    Those you would choose to serve as casketbearers?:

    Special items you would like to have displayed during visitation and during the ceremony such as pictures, special hobby items, awards, momentos, etc.:

    Memorial contributions in your name should be directed to (Ideas: charitable organizations, societies, special project funds, etc):

    Comments or suggestions?: