One of the biggest concerns as we age is how our family will support themselves when we’re gone. Costs continue to rise, and as incomes dwindle throughout the retirement years younger spouses and children may have a difficult time making ends meet after paying for final expenses for their lost loved ones. Funeral preplanning allows you the opportunity to ensure that your family is taken care of when you’re gone by defining and even pre-paying for your final expenses–something that can be a true gift to your family.
There are many decisions to be made before you pass–whether to choose burial or less-expensive cremation, and whether or not to have a memorial service. Funerals are an important ritual for the living, a ritual that allows them to say goodbye and provide support for one another. Funeral preplanning doesn’t have to be an elaborate affair and our considerate and knowledgeable team will be available to work with you every step of the way.
If you were in the military or a member of a community service group such as a fire fighter or police officer, there are special elements that can be added to your memorial service. Having the paperwork in hand or providing it to your Mountain View Funeral Home director while you are working through funeral preplanning can make it much easier to ensure that you receive the acknowledgement that your service to your country and community that you deserve.
Whether you choose a traditional burial or cremation, Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery can support you and your loved ones through every step of the process. Our onsite crematory ensures that you will receive the dignified treatment that you deserve and that your loved ones expect.
While you may be uncomfortable considering your own mortality, funeral preplanning provides you with peace of mind knowing that your family will be able to grieve together without concerning themselves with decisions that can be difficult during an emotionally challenging time of life. Our friendly and knowledgeable team is available anytime to answer your funeral preplanning questions.
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