Make Arrangements

What to Bring

The following is a list of items you may need to bring with you to assist us in making arrangements of your loved one.
If no prearrangements have been filed with the funeral home, you may fill out the Arrangement Form in advance, or bring the following information with you:

Please bring with you:

We must have the legal next of kin or designated representative available to sign all documents unless they were signed by the deceased upon making prearrangements. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at any time.

The First 24 Hours

Your first 24 hours after a loved one dies are likely to be a rollercoaster of emotions. You may experience numbness, shock, anger, denial, fear, and overwhelming emotion if the death is sudden. If the death is expected, you may feel many of the same emotions, even if you thought you were prepared. All of these reactions are normal and simply your way of coping with the present reality.
Above and beyond the emotional trauma of the loss, in the first 24 hours you will experience a flurry of activity and decisions that must be made. Who do you call? Who do you ask for help? What do you do about funeral arrangements? Below are a few tips to help you get through the first 24 hours:

Important Documents