A loved one's passing often leaves us feeling adrift. We are here to help you create a service that befits the life of your loved one. This section contains useful information for those that find themselves at the time of need.
No amount of preparation can fully prepare you for the loss of a loved one. The following is a rough guideline of what needs to be done within the first 24 hours after death.
Traditionally, a burial service involves a visitation and is followed by a funeral service. Decisions need to be made on whether the body needs to be embalmed, what kind of casket to use, what cemetery to use and what to put on the gravestone.
Cremation is an increasingly popular option for many people as an alternative to the burial process. It is chosen because of religious beliefs, the desire to preserve the environment or it was requested by the person who passed.
Giving a meaningful, moving eulogy can be a nerve-wracking situation for even the most accomplished public speaker, but it need not be. This guide will provide you with the information you need to strike the right balance of emotion and lightheartedness.
Like everything in society, funeral etiquette has evolved over time. While common sense is your best guide, here are a few dos and don'ts of funeral etiquette.
This tool should only be used once you have contacted the funeral home and have informed them of your immediate needs. This form can be used as an easy way to get your wishes and your information in one place, all from the comfort of your own home.