show your family you love them by preplanning your funeral

A common misconception is that funeral rituals and services are for the deceased. Give your loved ones hope, closure, peace of mind and one final act of love by prearranging your funeral.

Our Preplanning Process is recommended, trusted and loved by leading funeral homes nationwide. 

show your family you love them by preplanning your funeral

A common misconception is that funeral rituals and services are for the deceased. Give your loved ones hope, closure, peace of mind and one final act of love by prearranging your funeral.

Our Preplanning Process is recommended, trusted and loved by leading funeral homes nationwide. 

Funeral Preplanning - Show Your Love

A common misconception is that funeral rituals and services are for the deceased. Give your loved ones hope, closure, peace of mind and one final act of love by prearranging your funeral.

Our Preplanning Process is recommended, trusted and loved by leading funeral homes nationwide. 

62.5% of consumers feel it's very important to communicate their funeral plans and wishes to family members prior to their own death

Only 21.4% of consumers communicate their wishes to loved ones and family members

Families that don't experience a loved ones funeral service are more likely to have increased tension, anxiety and after death adjustment over those that experience a planned funeral service

62.5% of consumers feel it's very important to communicate their funeral plans and wishes to family members prior to their own death

Only 21.4% of consumers communicate their wishes to loved ones and family members

Families that don't experience a loved ones funeral service are more likely to have increased tension, anxiety and after death adjustment over those that experience a planned funeral service

Give the gift of a ritual

Rituals of mourning after a loss, whether the death of a loved one, the end of meaningful relationships, or even a competition, are found throughout history and cultures. The funeral ritual varies widely across cultures and religions, but the goal remains the same, to help cope with the loss of a loved one.

Give the gift of a ritual

Rituals of mourning after a loss, whether the death of a loved one, the end of meaningful relationships, or even a competition, are found throughout history and cultures. The funeral ritual varies widely across cultures and religions, but the goal remains the same, to help cope with the loss of a loved one.

a plan is not for you but for your loved ones

A common misconception is that funeral rituals and services are for the deceased. While it’s true that they are the ones being honored and remembered, the funeral service and rituals are actually for the living. The loved ones that are left behind are the ones who the funeral is for and the ones that benefit from it.

a plan is not for you but for your loved ones

A common misconception is that funeral rituals and services are for the deceased. While it’s true that they are the ones being honored and remembered, the funeral service and rituals are actually for the living. The loved ones that are left behind are the ones who the funeral is for and the ones that benefit from it.

Give your loved ones the Peace of feeling in control

A Harvard University study on grief and loss found that those who experience a loss often feel “out of control.” Rituals, more specifically, funeral rituals were found to restore feelings of control after losses which in turn, led to reduced grief.

Give your loved ones the Peace of feeling in control

A Harvard University study on grief and loss found that those who experience a loss often feel “out of control.” Rituals, more specifically, funeral rituals were found to restore feelings of control after losses which in turn, led to reduced grief.

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