We strive to help our families prepare ahead of time. You only have two choices:
1.) You can pre-arrange your cemetery needs before death enters your life or...
2.) You can wait until death forces you to make cemetery arrangements. Most families find themselves poorly prepared to deal with the choices, problems, costs and indecision when a death occurs. It is a tragedy that every family experiences - everyone will deal with a death at some point. To do so ahead of time gives peace of mind, showing love and concern for those left behind.
When you plan ahead:
You can do so together, relieving the indecision for a surviving spouse plus minimizing expenses and giving reassurance that the plans are right - just what you would have wanted.
Children are not forced to make decisions for their parents, to try to cover expenses, or have disagreements with siblings over what Mom and Dad would have wanted.
When you make your cemetery purchases in advance, the prices are frozen. No matter how high the prices are in the future, our family's costs stay the same. There are no price increases for them.
Insurance money is for the living, not the deceased. If pre-arrangements are not made, a large portion of that insurance money will be spent on the burial and not on the living expenses of those who are left. And with rising costs - how much insurance is enough? What if you can no longer afford your premiums?
To help you purchase cemetery property before the need arises, we have several different payment options available. We provide financing with as little as 5% down, bank drafts, or monthly statements. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and Amex as well as cash and checks. Payment at the time of death is traditionally made on a cash basis.
We offer a special child/grandchild protection supplement at no cost, providing certain conditions are met.
We offer a survivor purchase protection agreement in the event of the death of a covered purchaser, providing certain conditions are met.
We would much rather help you now, than to have a
death force you to see us alone on the worst day of your life.