How to Talk to Your Family

Have the Talk of a Lifetime


Talking with our loved ones about their lives can be rich and satisfying. Learning about memorable events, people, places, favorite activities, and lessons learned can help bring us closer to those we care about most.

There's a lot to talk about . . .
You can have the talk of a lifetime with anyone you hold dear - your parents, grandparents, spouse, aunts and uncles, a close friend. Photo albums, souvenirs or treasured mementos can be a great way to start a conversation.

Your conversation should be a dialogue - an opportunity for you to share some of the ways they have impacted your life and the lives of others.
These shared reflections will help you and your family create a plan to memorialize your loved one and give family and friends the time they need to reminisce and say goodbye when they die.

Finalize Your Plan . . .
Our Advance Funeral & Event Planning Specialists are available to encourage and support you and your family. They can provide resources to help personalize a meaningful plan that will provide the opportunity for families and friends to begin healing.

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