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Preplanning Offers the Gift of Joy and Peace in Being Prepared!

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We see the word “prepare” used throughout the stories in Sacred Scripture. Whether John the Baptist voices it or even Jesus Himself, it is offered and given as a “gift” of love to another person. It is presented by one loved one to another loved one, as a visible sign of true concern and care for another’s...


Preplanning Offers the Gift of Joy and Peace in Being Prepared!

IL

We see the word “prepare” used throughout the stories in Sacred Scripture. Whether John the Baptist voices it or even Jesus Himself, it is offered and given as a “gift” of love to another person. It is presented by one loved one to another loved one, as a visible sign of true concern and care for another’s...


End of life planning and the form you need to know about


Many times, families assume they know who the Next of Kin is and later learn they are wrong. Knowing who Texas law designates is important when making end-of-life arrangements. However, even more critical is knowing what to do if you want to designate someone other than your Next of Kin to handle your...


The Last Chapter: What to Expect, What to avoid, What to Smile About.


Wouldn’t it be nice to just ride off into the sunset, and when that golden glow is laying on the horizon like a bridge, we just step onto it and walk right into Heaven? Sounds perfect. But life isn’t so perfect, and it isn’t easy either. But there are many good memories we can all tuck away and carry...


Peace of Mind Starts with a Plan


It can be overwhelming to think about your preferred final wishes. Funeral professionals can help make this experience positive and manageable. To begin, consider just the major decisions. From there, the details naturally follow. Here are the top five: Would you prefer for your body to be cremated,...


An Unforgettable Memorial Requires a Plan


In life, we plan for many things—vacations, retirement, our children’s education. Yet many people don’t realize the importance of planning for the inevitable time when they will all need funeral arrangements. While it can be difficult to talk about, making funeral or cremation arrangements in advance...


The Benefits of Preplanning Funerals


Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult part of life and the loss we experience has lifelong effects on us. Queen Elizabeth II stated, “Grief is the price we pay for love.”  This is so true in any loving relationship. It was said by a European psychologist that, “Americans are the only people...


Five Benefits of Planning Ahead With The Personal Wishes Organizer


It is important to take care of your affairs and to get your house in order, not just for you, but for the ones you love.  Much like the health care advance directive (also known as a living will) that addresses a medical crisis, the Personal Wishes Organizer addresses one’s death; both provide the...


Personalized Memorial Guide Community Education Program


Myers Mortuary Community Education Program was developed, implemented and is administered by a certified social worker with a masters degree. The focus is to provide education and information on the importance of drafting your Personalized Memorial Guide. Services are provided in the Davis, Weber and...


Peace Of Mind Means Planning For The Future


Celebrating life fully means planning your final wishes so your loved ones don’t have too. Not everyone likes to plan ahead, especially for something like a funeral. There are a number of compelling reasons to arrange your final wishes long before you will need them. Sadly, many families experience...

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