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What does it mean to have a “Celebration of Life“? This type of service was developed in response to a change in family lifestyles with a growing desire to customize and personalize funeral and memorial services. A “Celebration of Life” allows family and friends to create a tribute to the lives their loved ones lived, and everyone their life may have touched.
Celebration of Life Ideas
- Take the time to write a beautiful eulogy.
- Get a beautiful cremation urn.
- Hand out memorial favors to those who attend.
- Create a video or photo montage set to their favorite song. Everybody will enjoy the trip down memory lane. This could also be incorporated into a celebration of life service.
- Livestream the service for those who cannot attend.
- Create a recipe book with your loved one’s famous creations.
- You could include photographs of family gatherings around the dinner table.
- Create a music playlist that reminds you of your loved one and puts a big smile on your face.
- Prepare a keepsake box of things filled with special mementos that remind you of your loved one.
- Turn your loved one’s ashes into fireworks and then set them off on his birthday, a special occasion or holiday.
- Take or send flowers to your loved one’s resting place.
There’s a lot that goes into planning a funeral, but making those arrangements beforehand gives you time to consider all of your options and make sure that you’re covering all of the necessary details.
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The purchase of burial or funeral life insurance is a practical way to feel more confident knowing you are not going to leave unfinished business when you die. You don’t want to leave bills that can become a burden on your loved ones. Since you know that death is an eventual reality, it is natural to feel as though there is a need to protect your loved ones after you are no longer there to care for them. Whatever it takes to assume financial responsibility does not end when your life ends. All of these things and more are common concerns that cause many people great worry.
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Transportation from place of death* • Filing all legal documentation with the county, city and state • Individual cremation
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Frequently Asked Questions:
There really is no difference in the insurance product used for either financial risk Final Expense insurance will typically cover funeral and burial costs, but burial insurance will typically not cover all final expenses.
Yes, although being in good health will help you to qualify for lower rates, you can purchase final expense or burial insurance even if you have serious health issues. When health issues are a challenge, your agent will recommend a guaranteed issue policy which means that there are no health questions or medical exam requirement for getting coverage.
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