How do you want to be remembered and who will tell your story?
Our funeral planning guide is designed to ease the burden on those who will someday be making final arrangements for you. It will provide them with information about you, your preferences for funeral, and the location of your important documents (such as birth certificate, marriage license and military records).
If you have ever been called upon to help arrange a funeral, you are aware of how important it is to have a record of personal information. With that experience you may also know that the information, once recorded, needs to be readily available. We encourage you to start that process with this funeral planning guide. And, most importantly, take the time to consider how you want to be remembered and who will tell your story. Upon completion, please contact Bollinger Funeral Goods & Services to finalize your funeral plans.
The funeral planning guide was designed to easily be completed without professional consultation. However, we regularly receive calls and have people drop by with additional questions about definitions, options, or simply because they want to talk to someone about this subject. We encourage you to contact us with your questions.
We know from working with families over the years that the most difficult part of planning is getting started. We hope our planning guide will make getting started easier.
Finally, we can provide information on Social Security benefits, Veterans benefits, how funeral costs paid in advance may receive favorable treatment for Medicaid qualification, or any other items of importance to you.
We hope you find this funeral planning guide to be helpful. Please don’t hesitate to call if you have any questions.