Planning a Funeral?
Eternal Rest Funeral Home
Our funeral home focuses on the individual's needs and wants
Other Challenges that we focus on
When it comes to planning a funeral, we know that there are often family members who are emotionally incapable of helping out. There are also family members who want to take control of everything, even if they should not be the ones to do so (FuneralResources.com, 2013). This is where we come in to help.
When planning a funeral, there are often many family members and loved ones involved, which can make it extremely difficult to integrate religion and spirituality (FuneralResources.com, 2013). We also try to help to resolve these issues and try to find a common ground for everyone, with the wishes of the deceased in mind.
The most important thing to remember when planning a funeral is that the more money that is spent does not equal more love for the deceased. One must keep in mind that they do not have to spend a lot of money to show their love for the deceased (Death with Dignity National Center, 2013). This is why we offer many different types of services, at a reasonable cost. Do not stress over the cost.
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Funeral Consumers Alliance. (2013, December 2). Who has the right to make decisions about your funeral? Retrieved December 1, 2014, from Funeral Consumers Alliance: http://www.funerals.org/forconsumersmenu/your-legal-rights/funeral-decision-rights
FuneralResources.com. (2013). Key funeral planning considerations and challenges. Retrieved December 1, 2014, from Plan a Funeral: http://www.funeralresources.com/plan-a-funeral/funeral-planning-challenges/