The Cox Family has been serving the needs of our community for more than 105 years. We feel that the pre-arrangement of a funeral may be the single most important asset to a family at the time of a death of a loved one. Some people today feel that a pre-arrangement is as important to family as the planning of a will.
When you decide to pre-plan your funeral, you join the growing ranks of Americans who have discovered a simple, satisfying way to lessen a future hardship for their families. Too often, the task of arranging for a funeral falls to survivors who are unprepared for the important decisions they'll need to make. However, your survivors will take comfort in knowing you have wisely taken this opportunity to put all your affairs in order. The anguish and stress it will save them is priceless.
Prearrangement, should be considered by those persons who feel a need or desire to plan ahead, they may be:
- Individuals who have no close living relatives.
- People who move away from home but wish to have final rites in their former community.
- Families who feel planning their funeral and burial arrangement should be a valuable sharing experience.
- Parents who wish to give their children guidance in making funeral arrangements.
- People who want to know that this expenditure has been paid in advance so their family will not have this responsibility.
- People who are applying for or are on SSI or Medicaid who want to pay for their funeral in advance by placing the funds in an irrevocable trust.
By making these decisions in advance, you can bring peace of mind to yourself and your loved ones.
Please feel free to contact us so that we may set up a pre-arrangement conference together at our office or in the comfort of your own home.
You may also provide most of the pre-need information through our on-line pre-need form. Click the button below to begin preplanning on-line.
We also offer on-line preplanning. Click on the link below to use the on-line preplanning form. The form makes it possible to enter much of the information needed to get a good start on arraning a funeral.
You may complete as much or as little of the form as you feel is appropriate.