Should Cemetery Services Be Pre Planned

By: Danny Amoruccio
Friday, March 29, 2019

Today, the concept of pre planning a funeral service is becoming quite common. Many have started to show interest in this concept and are choosing to pre-plan their funeral services and cemetery services. If you are very particular about how you would like your mortal remains to be handled after your death, it is ideal to consider pre-planning your cemetery services.

What Is Involved?

The process would involve thinking about and writing down all your desires. Discuss your requirements with the funeral director at the funeral home of your choice. Chalk out a detailed plan as well as a budget based on your specific requirements and preferences. There are a number of benefits to this such as:

  • It gives you peace of mind that your family doesn't have to deal with all the nitty-gritties of organizing the cemetery services.
  • You can be sure that the service would take place exactly as you want it to be.
  • It's a very thoughtful gesture to the people you love, as pre-planning is a way of showing that you care for them.
  • It relieves your immediate family from making any personal decisions after your death.
  • Since you will also be pre-paying for the cemetery services, the financial burden is taken off of your family’s shoulders.
  • Neither you nor your family has to worry about inflation and escalated costs for the cemetery services, once you have made the entire payment.

There are many benefits to pre-planning your end of life services, including the cemetery services. However, it’s vital that you co-ordinate this with a reliable cemetery that would be able to meet your specifications.

If you want to know about our cemetery or need to book a space, just give us at Willowbrook Cemetery a call on 203-222-8646 or contact us through our online form and we will revert within the shortest possible time.

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