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Should You Start Planning Your Funeral Service?

Have you recently lost a loved one and need to plan a funeral or cremation? Or, are you planning for your own funeral and want to make sure you and your family are on the same page? It is not something we like to or want to talk about. However, the earlier you plan for these services, the easier it is going to be on all who are involved. And, you know that your life is going to be celebrated and remembered in the manner you want it to be, when you are a part of the planning process. Regardless of where you are in the process, at we can assist you at all phases.

How can we help you plan for a funeral or cremation at In many ways. Some of the services we offer include

  • Floral and transportation services
  • Caskets and urns (as well as extra large caskets for individuals)
  • We offer assistance in choosing the location and center for a funeral
  • We can help your family with announcements after death, contacting the people who will attend the funeral, and informing loved ones
  • Help you through the grieving process by giving you your time and space

Another major benefit of planning with us in advance, is the fact that we can help you choose a package that is going to fit your budget. And, as the costs of funerals rise on an annual basis, when you preplan with us, we will lock in the rate. This means even if the price of the casket you choose goes up by $1000 you are not going to pay that increase. Or, if the price of the location you choose increases, we are going to lock in the rate at the lower price you chose, at the time you locked in the services with our staff.

It’s not just about the cost, but this is a heavy burden on some people who are planning for a funeral. So, our team at wants to make this a little easier on you, by helping with preplanning and securing the rate for the funeral or cremation service package you choose today, not for the price it increases to in a few years.

If you have questions, need planning advice, or want to learn more about our services, do not hesitate to visit our site or reach out with questions, as we’re here to help you during this difficult time.