Taking Care of Tomorrow
Each of us, eventually, must cope with the reality of life's ending; for ourselves, and especially for our loved ones. Many families don't have the the vaguest idea of what will happen, or what is needed, when perhaps their spouse or another loved one dies. They have no idea of the emotional distress or the financial ramifications. And how would they know... who could have told them?
The time of bereavement is a difficult time to make decisions which loved ones must face, including grave sites, burial costs (liner, liner installation, opening and closing), and the Memorial marker. Add to these the numerous options and charges pertaining to the funeral home, and you can find yourself preoccupied at a time when you might rather be thinking about your family and loved ones.
Effective pre-planning can greatly reduce the burdens on your spouse and loved ones during a future, difficult time. And when the difficult time arrives, you will be reaching back in a caring, final gesture. At Judean, our experienced, caring memorial Counselors are on call every day, ready to assist you in making the best choices for your family's needs.