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Immediate Need Arrangements

We stand ready to help you in the following days, weeks, and months in moving forward after your loss.  Our staff of caring and experienced professionals have years of experience in helping families with the many tasks that may be required of them.  To help better serve our families, we now have the option to provide the vital statistics and other basic information electronically before coming into the arrangement conference.  This will aid our experienced Licensed Funeral Directors in preparing for your arrangement conference and will allow more time to discuss personalizing the service for your loved one.

Immediate Need Information
  • Step 1
    Your Loved One
  • Step 2
    Your Information
  • Step 3
    Obituary Information
  • Step 4
    Service Information
  • Step 5
    Final Disposition
  • Step 6
    Additional Information
We believe your choice of disposition should not guide your choice in services to honor your loved one. Regardless of the services you selected on the previous step, any disposition may follow.  Choose how you want to honor your loved one and then decide on a final disposition.

Grave location, who will the grave be beside, lots purchased, etc.

If you select cremation as your preferred method of disposition, please remember that in order for a cremation to take place the legal next of kin must authorize the cremation.  If the next of kin is the children, then the majority of the children will have to authorize the cremation in order to proceed.  If a majority of the next of kin cannot attend the arrangement conference, please ensure you bring along their contact information so we may work to get the appropriate authorizations.


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