Streamline Your Funeral Timeline with Prepaid Funeral Services

Figuring Out Your Funeral Timeline

When an individual dies without pre-planned funeral instructions, their relatives decide on products and services. Funeral planning involves decisions about funeral services, caskets, visitation and disposition upon which the deceased may have had no opportunity for input.

You can ensure that your wishes are carried out in a timely manner by using the Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes and Cremation Services pre-paid funeral services. Continue reading

How to Plan a Pet Funeral Service

Planning For Your Pet

When a pet dies, your family will want to celebrate your pet’s life with a memorial or funeral service. Here are some of the ways we make the services a healing and memorable experience as you gather together to grieve with those who also loved your pet.

Customize a Funeral Service for Your Pet
Your pet was special and brought you happiness. Peaceful Pastures helps you celebrate his or her life with a funeral service that recalls those times. We can help with the following tributes: Continue reading

Funeral Pre-Planning Is a Responsible Choice

Making a Responsible Choice

Pre-planning final arrangements allows you the opportunity to individually tailor your burial or cremation wishes with the assistance of funeral home staff for yourself or a family member. Pre-payment of your arrangements locks in costs at today’s prices.

Benefits of Pre-Planning Funeral Services
When you pre-plan, you have these advantages: Continue reading

Remembering Your Loved Ones Over The Holidays

Remembering Your Loved Ones Over The Holidays

The holiday season is a time to be spent with friends and loved ones. For families dealing with the loss of a loved one, the holidays are typically a very hard time for them. Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas are three of the top holidays, amongst many others, that all fall this time of year. Every individual copes differently, however, there are several different ways to remember your loved ones of the holidays. Continue reading

Common Myths About Cremation

No one likes to think about death. However, it is a natural part of life, and if someone you love has recently passed away, you will have to think about what has to happen next. Many people choose cremation over burial for a variety of reasons, including not having the body buried and because it tends to be cheaper. Cremation services are largely misunderstood in spite of it being a popular choice after death. Here are a few of the most common misconceptions about cremation. Although cremation is cheaper than a burial, it is probably not as cheap as you might think. There are definitive ways to cut costs when you choose cremation services, but there is still a sizable price tag associated with the practice. You could pay as much as around $1,000 at the very least, although the cost varies depending on the state in which you live. The price might even seem a tad steep without certain funerary services. Continue reading