Eternal Rest Funeral Home

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Eternal Rest Funeral Home

Protect Your Family By Pre Planning:


No one likes to think about death, let alone plan for it. In many families, discussing one’s mortality is an extremely uncomfortable topic. But it is a topic that should be discussed and planned for well in advance of your death. By pre-planning your funeral, you relieve your family of having to make important financial decisions during a period of great stress and grief. More formal arrangements in the form of a pre-need contract can be set up with an Owen funeral director and pre-funded through life insurance, bank trust agreement, or another method. By pre-planning your funeral, you can


Some Things To Consider:


• Make all the arrangements during a time of peace and not leave them to your family during their time of grief;

• Make your wishes known; • control and guarantee the cost of your funeral; • ensure that personal records are organized and easy for your survivors to locate;

• Protect your insurance so that it provides for your survivors and not for funeral expenses; • and provide protection in case the need arises before it is expected



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Ethical Issues in Today's Funeral Industry

It's important to come up with a game plan as to how, and when you will bury or cremate your loved one. Some firms market prepaid -- often called pre-need -- funeral plans as an affordable way for families to provide for the end-of-life needs of parents or others. Funeral prices can vary depending on selection of choice. Specific preferences sometimes based on following religion determining what domination you belong to. Below are two links available used as a guide and as a example that summarizes package offer deals, and also charity donations.

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Cultural Factors When Planning A Funeral & Individual Factors

Cultural traditions often require specific ritual chanting, singing of particular songs, praying, music, readings, burning incense or lighting candles. If your culture dictates these or other funeral specifics, we are happy to work with you to make your wishes a reality. Individually planning a funeral can be an emotional roller coaster. A link below of suggestions on how to best cope when dealing with loss. As with struggling to cope with loss can sometimes affect a person in ways never been affected from a mental standpoint which makes the most efficient, and rational decisions not always an easy task to deal with.Some religious funeral traditions dictate that services be held as soon as possible after a loved one’s passing. There may be a need for a purification ceremony or prayer service as well as watching over the deceased remains. In other cultures, it is customary to wait for a set amount of time, such as a week or more.

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