Final Arrangements 101

Final Arrangements 101

How and Why to Plan A Meaningful Funeral or Memorial Service, Before It's Too Late

by Kellie Richardson


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It’s Never the Right Time, So Now Is The Best Time.

Death is not a popular subject for many people. The thought of making end of life plans can be very scary. This fear prevents too many people from making decisions, leaving instructions, or even thinking about what will happen to their survivor’s after they die. The best time to make plans is now, while you still can. Not doing so will pass the burden to your family. Do they know what your wishes are? Do you, or they, have enough funds and other resources to take care of your final arrangements in addition to their other obligations? There are so many things to consider and plan for. Simply choosing between burial and cremation is just the beginning. Final Arrangements 101 discusses many issues and situations, that if not handled appropriately and timely, can leave your survivor’s in a tornado of emotional, legal, and financial entanglements that can last for months, even years. Topics include myths and misconceptions, reasons to pre-plan, veteran issues and options, burial, cremation, life insurance, choosing the right funeral home and many horror stories about what happens to families when someone dies without taking care of these matters beforehand. Don’t wait until it’s too late! Do it now. You will be glad you did and so will your family.

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Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 152 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jul 24, 2017)
ISBN10: 1478791195
ISBN13: 9781478791195
Genre: SELF-HELP / Death, Grief, Bereavement

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Kellie RichardsonKellie Richardson, is a US Army, Desert Storm Veteran and dedicated servant leader to the Inland Northwest veteran community. She is actively involved in many area organizations, programs and events. Kellie has experienced the deaths of over 40 family members and friends, making her well qualified to discuss this subject. She earned an A.A.S in Mortuary Science in 1999 and has since worked at eight funeral homes, assisting hundreds of families through the difficult process of saying goodbye to a loved one. Kellie conducts seminars and private meetings to area organizations and individuals, providing much needed information and assistance for the mysterious and often frightening ordeal of planning for funerals and cremations. Born and raised in Spokane, Washington, she spends her free time wandering through the woods, backpacking, kayaking, and finding waterfalls and hot springs. She makes syrup and BBQ sauce with all of the huckleberries she picks.
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