Thursday, January 16, 2020

New Memorial Technologies Families MUST Know About

New Memorial Technology
Every Family Needs to Know About

Like me and many other families who have lost a loved one, I was unaware of many of the new, best, and most innovative memorial technology options available for helping families plan a funeral, burial, cremation, or even serve as an added value to their end of life planning.

Each of these wonderful new memorial technology tools allow families to remember their loved ones.

They also provide a much better opportunity for individuals and families to heal from the inevitable grief and loss associated from losing a loved one.

You can find more information about each of these six new memorial technology options by visiting the following extremely educational and FREE family-focused online resource center:

Click each of these six pictures to below learn more:

 Memorial Reefs

 Memorial Diamond

 Memorial Website

 Video Tribute

 Gravestone Technology

Funeral Webcasting

Monday, November 18, 2013

10 Advantages of Funeral and Burial Insurance

Everything You Need to Know About Funeral and Burial Insurance

The Average Cost of a Funeral is $10,000 (

Top 10 Advantages of Funeral or Burial Insurance:

1.) NO medical exam required
2.) Premiums NEVER increase
3.) Accumulates CASH value
4.) Insurance NEVER decreases
5.) EASY to obtain up to age 85
6.) Protection is GUARANTEED
7.) Prepays ALL funeral costs
8.) Prepays OTHER expenses or debts
9.) Your beneficiary can ALWAYS be changed
10.) QUICK coverage ranges from $2,500 to $50,000
 Free Funeral Insurance Quote

Additional Helpful Resources:

3 Most Common Ways to Plan a Funeral
How to Prepay Funeral Expenses
Key Burial Insurance Details
Top 10 End of Life Plan Benefits
 Funeral Resources Blog
Do you have a Love Drawer? Click Here to Learn More: How to Create a Love Drawer 

You probably have a drawer in your kitchen that is a "junk drawer", right? Well, I have found that it is no different when it comes to our finances. Most of us have what I refer to as a "Financial Junk Drawer". In other words, we have a life insurance policy here, a Will or Trust there, a College Savings Plan here, a 401(k) or IRA there, and on and on. 

But having all this "stuff" in one easy-to-find location for our loved ones is extremely important for both you and your loved ones. 

Hope this helps! 
Christopher P. Hill, Founder
Funeral Resources - Blogged

Monday, January 2, 2012

Need to learn how to give a eulogy? Know someone who needs to give a funeral eulogy? Here's your best tips from my personal experience: How to Give a Funeral Eulogy

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Have you ever wondered what happens to all your "stuff" online when you die? Here is a great article to review: Digital Death Online