W e are planners. We plan ahead for careers, for weddings, for vacations, for babies, for retirement, but we don't always take time to plan ahead for funerals. In fact, it's a topic that many people avoid entirely.
It's not a cheerful subject. However, by pre-planning your funeral, you can alleviate some of the stress and financial burdens that your loved ones may experience after your death. With many decisions already made, your loved ones can use their energy to concentrate on celebrating the life you have lived.
If you are interested in learning more about pre-planning, please contact Mike Hnilicka at 262-654-2136 or may also fill out our Pre-planning Form.