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Unlike other sites who make you choose a provider on price or a single review, we allow you to get the most up-to-date, custom information directly from providers in your area. This ensures you pick the provider who works best for your family and budget.

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  • "I'm Planning For The Future": You're in good health and want to make sure that your family doesn't have to worry about funeral planning in the future.

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  • "Someone Has Just Passed": A death has just occurred and no planning has been done, so you need funeral information and help immediately.

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We partner with top funeral homes and cemeteries who offer quality service and price points for every family.

You will receive quotes from up to three funeral providers, all who are willing to work with your service needs and budget.

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DEAR MISS MANNERS: When my boss’s brother died suddenly and tragically, I, along with other employees and co-workers, went to calling hours. The next day, the brother’s funeral was at my church, so I went to it. I was surprised that I was the only one from our workplace to do so. I thought I was showing concern and support for my boss.

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