To be successful in the funeral industry, you must be sensitive, patient, and sympathetic.
By planning your own funeral, you are giving your friends and family the opportunity to celebrate your life in the way you would like to be remembered. This lifts an enormous burden off your loved ones at a difficult and emotional time.
A Pre-Need Problem Many Planners Face. This blog post is not going to tell you the exact epitaph that should be on YOUR headstone. Only you and your loved ones can make that decision. It will, however, get you thinking about the world of possibilities at your feet as you make your pre-need funeral and Continue Reading
The loss of a loved one is difficult at any age. You may be dealing with your own grief and worrying about your child’s well-being after a death. How do you talk to a child about death and dying?
If you think planning a funeral is difficult with a large family or involved neighborhood, imagine being on the planning committee for one of these famous funerals.
As you make your pre-need funeral plans, you may want to consider a joint burial plot. Reserving two plots ensures that you and your loved one are buried together, no matter the length of time between deaths. Let’s look at some of the details of this decision.