When the Sun Sets: A Guide to Funeral Planning
Adapted from a series of articles written for a respected seniors magazine, this reference book covers every aspect of the funeral preparations, burial, cremation, and much more. No one likes to think about funeral arrangements while the business of living occupies our minds. But, as Ca ell's experience suggests, funeral preparations are much easier when the bereaved have at least considered what they and the deceased may want for an appropriate last rite. This book gives readers a glimpse at the questions that must be answered eventually, and such foresight may ease the pain a little when the time for difficult decisions is at hand.
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Why We Need to Say Goodbye
The First Call
Choices to be Made
The Cremation Service
The Matter of Cost
Getting Financial Help
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