Things to Consider
Before you meet with the Funeral Director
Type of Service You Prefer
Chapel, Church, Graveside,
Cremation, Immediate Burial
Pallbearers for the Service
Usually six to eight
Newspaper Announcement Obituary
Preceded in Death by
Immediate Family Members
Please try to remember
the dates they passed away.
List of Survivors
Spouse, Parents, Children, Grandchildren,
Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Nieces,
Please be sure that
the names and towns are spelled correctly.
You might let the minister
know that your loved
one has passed away and confirm their schedule.
Music for the Service
We have music available,
but if you prefer to use
a favorite song, please feel free to bring the CD or cassette.
If you already have
a cemetery plot, please provide
name of cemetery and location of space(s).
What to Bring to
Your Appointment with the Funeral Director
Personal Information About
Date and Place of Birth (City and State)
Highest Education Level Completed
Occupation and Business
Bring Discharge Form DD214
Name of Surviving Spouse
(If Wife, Maiden Name)
Mother's Full Name
(Including Maiden Name)
Father's Full Name
If not available, please
verify number for the death certificate and other forms.
Recent Color Photograph
This is for cosmetology
purposes and for obituaries if yo choose to place pictures in
newspaper. If you desire, the picture can be placed with the
socks and stockings, glasses, jewelry, lapel pins, and personal
items, including rosary beads, fraternal items, etc.