Preparing for the Inevitable
One of the hardest things a person can experience is the loss of a loved one. Following the loss, family members must deal with final arrangements while experiencing tremendous grief. However, our superior cemetery and funeral home near the Boca Raton, FL area offers funeral preplanning arrangements to alleviate the burden and stress you and your family experience when a loved one passes away.
Thinking about funeral arrangements ahead of time and meeting with a professional to discuss options for your or a family member’s passing is a selfless act that can make the grieving process a little bit easier for everyone involved. At Fairway Memorial Gardens, we are here to help guide you through the funeral pre-planning process, and the best place to start is by filling out our pre-arrangements form below.
Contact our cemetery in Deerfield Beach, FL today for more information on our funeral pre-planning arrangements today.
Frequently Asked Questions About Funeral Pre-Planning
There are a few components to focus on when planning your funeral: preparing the remains, ceremonial details, and how the in-between will be handled. There are a range of options for each stage, and a team member at Fairway Memorial Gardens is ready to assist you.
Yes – We accept payments ahead of time that are often much more affordable than what one would pay at the time of death.
Yes – Our services are fully customizable to every religion, value, and custom you may have. We want to make this day as beautiful as possible and will work hard to get every detail to align with your wishes.
Advanced Planning: What’s your life story?
Every life story is a beautiful one, and your funeral should reflect the impact and love that you are leaving behind. Another benefit to funeral pre-planning in the Boca Raton area is that it gives you more control to ensure that your wishes are known.
You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that a large burden will be taken off your family members, giving them more time and emotional capacity to both grieve and celebrate the life you led.