Love is eternal…

Your life has made an imprint, and the sheer fact that you’ve lived is worth remembering. Just as the love you share with family and friends is eternal, a memorial, beautifully crafted from nature’s most enduring materials, will represent the legacy you’ve left behind.

Although no one knows when the final day will come, it will happen for all of us. Taking care of some of the necessary details in advance makes that difficult time a little easier for your friends and family. In addition, making arrangements for your own memorial gives you input, and an investment in your personal legacy.

A wonderful gift…

Pre-need planning shows your loved ones that you care. This is one less decision, one less task to perform during a time of loss and grief. Selecting your memorial now also lets your family avoid the heightened costs of the future, as well as emotional overspending.

Your final gift will be taking some of that burden from their shoulders, and giving them instead a lasting memorial.

For your peace of mind…

Once your pre-need planning is complete, your job is finished. When the time comes for the memorial to be put in place, your family will view it with not only love, but appreciation for all that you’ve done, and all that you’ve meant. What a wonderful, eternal gift…

Where do I start?

Feel free to call us or stop in any time to learn more about pre-need planning. There is no obligation to purchase, and we will take the time to relate all you need to know.

In the meantime, take a look at our pre-planning checklist, which will guide you as you make decisions and communicate them to your family.

Pre-Planning Checklist

There’s a lot to consider when beginning the pre-planning process. Our checklist will give you the satisfaction of checking off each of the related tasks, knowing you’re getting closer to the goal of completing your pre-need memorial. Our staff will help you walk through these choices to help you make informed and comfortable decisions. Your life and story are worth remembering.

When thinking of a memorial for yourself or loved one here are some helpful things you will need to consider:

  • Choose a Style – Flush Marker, Bevel, Slant, Monument, Bench or Custom made.
  • Choose a Size – Based upon preference, duplication of other family markers and cemetery regulations.
  • Choose a Color – Many to choose from
  • Choose a Type of Engraving – Sandblast, laser etching or hand etching
  • Choose a Design and Message – Some ideas to base this on would be:
  1. Life’s Work and Accomplishments
  2. Interests and Hobbies
  3. Social and Civic Contributions
  4. Memorable Events and Occasions
  5. Faith and Belief
  6. Character and Traits