Sunday, September 11, 2016
- Provide information on Advance Directives and record preferences for final arrangements so that family members are not required to make difficult decisions at a difficult time.
- Provide consolidated information resources for timely notification of people and agencies affected by the death of a family member.
- Provide consolidated information resources to facilitate continuation of routine and periodic household functions, e.g., payment of bills and management of accounts.
- Provide a centralized place for historical information.
Over 2,500 hundred copies of the handbook have been provided to members of service clubs, business offices, church groups, and military organizations.
He does 90-minute presentations without charge and provides free electronic copies (email attachments) to those interested.