A great life consists of
simple joys ------
family, friends, time well spent!
Ironically, most people go through complicated pains to prepare for rare CATASTROPHIES...
while neglecting the one single crisis
that is inevitable
They fail to prepare for the trauma of death, and when it comes, their families left behind are forced to
make big decisions -- hastily, often in shock, and without preparation.
Casket and vault or liner (if required)
Services of professional staff and use of physical facilities, such as:
- First call
- Preparation and preservation
- Completing and filing forms
- Automotive equipment
- Acknowledgment cards
- Use of chapel
- Newspaper notices
- Memorial book, etc.
Optional additional services, such as:
- Cemetery lot
- Opening and closing
- Air or rail transportation
- Memorial tablet
- Honorarium for clergy
- Musical services
- Urn, niche, crypt, etc.
Decisions --- that can determine their financial future,
for better or worse...
And feel compelled to spend money
they can't afford
on expenses that could immediately damage their standard of living.
Some items requiring immediate payment:
- Funeral service