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Questions about our services? Please contact us at 518-272-7281 or toll free at 877-806-7281
With all the planning we do in our lives... why do we put off our preparation of funeral arrangements until we are distraught and have to make rash decisions? One of the most important decisions we ever have to make is selecting a funeral home.
There are major differences in funeral homes...services...facilities...prices... and quality!
Pre-planning allows your family to grieve with the comfort that your loved one was able to have the service they wanted. It allows you to prepay at today’s prices and have the interest pay for the increased costs. OUR GUARANTEE!
If you would like to begin pre-planning, you may fill in our Pre-need Form (button below), e-mail us, or call our office for an appointment: 518-272-7281 or toll free 877 806-7281.
HAVE THE TALK OF A LIFETIME
You talk about everything. You share the big events and small victories. But there’s one conversation you probably haven’t had: it’s time to have the talk about how you want to be remembered. It can make the difference of a lifetime.
Sharing stories with those who matter most isn’t just important today; it will be especially significant when it’s time to commemorate a life. Have the Talk of a Lifetime encourages families to have conversations about life and what matters most. These discussions can help families make important decisions about how they wish to remember and honor the lives of their loved ones.
Through meaningful memorialization — that is, taking time to reflect on the unique life of a loved one and remember the difference they made — families and friends take an important step in the journey toward healing after death. Today, individuals and their families have more options for memorializing their loved one at the end of life.
Memorialization is so much more than it used to be. It can reflect a person’s life story, their values, interests, and experiences. It is transformative, healing, and comforting. Meaningful memorialization planning starts when loved ones talk about what matters most: memories made, lessons learned, and how they hope to be remembered.