Pre-Planning

We plan for every aspect of life. Having a family, vacations, weddings, retirement - all are planned. We prepare for what might happen, such as fires, accidents or floods. But, because most of us do not like to think about death, we avoid making important funeral decisions in advance.

"Why should I prearrange my funeral?"

There are several advantages to you and to your family. First, you can arrange for a meaningful type of funeral service. You can select the casket and other merchandise that you want. This relieves your family of the burden of making those decisions at a time when they are emotionally distressed. They will not have to guess about your wishes, and will know your wishes because you have taken the time and the consideration to plan ahead.

Below is a funeral arranging form.  It lets you share your own wishes regarding your funeral and interment, such as which services you prefer and where the services are to be held.  You can also list where important paperwork such as your will, birth certificate and military discharge papers are stored. 

Complete the form and store it in a safe place, where you and your family members can easily find it.  By submitting the form to us, we will securely store it for you, and keep your wishes and personal information safe. 

I am planning for:
Personal Information
Name:
Email Address:
Address:
City:
State/Province:
Country:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:
Place of Birth:
Date of Birth:
Sex:
Citizenship:
Marital Status:
Spouse (Maidenn Name):
Father's Name:
Mother's Maiden Name:
SSN:
Religous Preference:
Education
High School Name:
# of Years:
College Name:
# of Years::
Family Information: Please list the names of survivors and state their relationship to you, their spouse's names and the city in which they live as you wish to have them listed in the memorial. (The following is a guide to assist you.) SURVIVORS: Spouse, Sons, Daughters, Parents, Brothers, Sisters, Grandchildren, (Great-grandchildren), Grandparents, Others (Eg. Son: Joe Smith and his wife Paula of Milledgeville)
Survivors:
Preceded in Death by::
Additional Information and Organ:
Work History
Occupation:
Business:
Industry:
Company:
Number of Years:
Years Retired:
Military Service
Service Branch:
Serial Number:
Date Enlisted:
Rank at Discharge:
Date Discharged:
Discharge on File At:
Combat Action:
Funeral Preferences
I prefer my Funeral Service to be
Public:
Private:
Visitation
Public:
Private:
Place of Service:
Other:
I prefer
Cremation:
Burial:
Entombment:

 


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