Plan for the Inevitable…

Plan for the Inevitable…

Pre-planning your funeral or cremation should be a natural part of life, because it provides you with time to make end-of-life decisions in a calm and rational atmosphere. Start the online planning process now, or meet with one of our pre-planning advisors. It just makes sense.

Time to Reflect

Time to Reflect

Click to find your personal funeral and cremation planning guide. By recording your personal history and funeral preferences, you will help your loved ones in their time of need.

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  • Why Should I Plan Ahead

    Why Should I Plan Ahead

    You've got to admit it, no one should have to make these decisions for you. Giving a pre-plan to those you love gives everyone greater peace-of-mind. You can then live your life to the fullest, knowing you've done the right thing. 

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  • Trust Plans & Insurance

    Trust Plans & Insurance

    Our Pre-paid Funeral and Cremation plans are designed to keep pace with the rising cost of funerals. The pre-arranged funeral plan ensures that the funeral & cremation arrangements planned and paid for today will be available - as specified and with no additional cost for selected goods and services - years later when the need arises.

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  • Travel Protection

    Travel Protection

    Traveling around the world or across the country, the Travel Assurance Program is ready to assume the financial and logistical burdens of repatriation with just one call to our team of caring professionals.

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  • Pre-Planning Checklist

    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 plan.

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  • Online Pre-Planning Form

    Online Pre-Planning Form

    We've developed a powerful online pre-planning tool. A password-protected account allows you to start your end-of-life plan and return to it as many times as you need to, until you're completely satisfied with your arrangements.

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