Planning Ahead

Pre-planning your funeral, or the funeral for a loved one, is an important way to gain peace of mind by lifting the burden of responsibility from your loved ones. You can make decisions at a time when grief and emotional stress are not a factor, and you can take your time in making the decisions and choices that reflect your wishes and your financial ability.

You do not have to pre-pay for your funeral, but in doing so, you protect against increases in funeral prices. Your cost is guaranteed, and the funds are protected. We use the services of the Michigan Funeral Directors Association Master Escrow and Chemical Bank's Trust Program, so you can rest assured knowing that your pre-arrangement funding is safe. You will also alleviate future worry, knowing that your affairs are in order, and your family will not have to be concerned with the financial burden.

Jim will gladly meet with you to discuss your questions and options. He can come to your home, if that is more convenient for you.

Give us a call at 269-471-3729 or email us to set up an appointment. There is no obligation, no pressure, just a chance for you to gain some very important information.

The talk of a lifetime

It’s hard enough to think about death, so most procrastinate planning for it. Families all over the world find mortality an uncomfortable and taboo topic to discuss. As hard as it may be to talk about death, it is a topic that needs to be planned and discussed in a timely fashion before one's...

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Why should I plan ahead?

Pre-planning your service relieves your family and loved ones from having to make complicated and important choices during a time of tremendous stress and emotional strain. During the passing of a loved one, those experiencing grief are not thinking very clearly, and making decisions regarding your...

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Online Pre-need Form

Pre-planning your funeral, or the funeral for a loved one, is an important way to gain peace of mind by lifting the burden of responsibility from your loved ones. You can make decisions at a time when grief and emotional stress are not a factor, and you can take your time in making the decisions...

Learn More