When a loved one dies or when you are notified of a loved one’s death, it is completely acceptable to not place emotional expectations upon yourself. Whatever you are feeling is totally normal: sadness, shock, relief, harmony, etc. -there are no feelings that are completely right or wrong.
The death of a loved one sometimes compels you to notify other family members and friends. This can be physically and mentally exhausting. Be sure to pace yourself and delegate if needed. - Questions may be asked and potential decisions may be contemplated. Do not feel to you have to make immediate decisions. Be sure to contact a funeral director at Boston Funeral Home to help with any questions you have.
Depending on your availability, timing, and circumstances, it is important to meet with a funeral director or to be available to begin a conversation or an informational exchange. There may be preliminary questions asked. If you don’t have an answer to a question, “I don’t know” is a perfectly acceptable response. We understand you may not have answers and some decisions need to be discussed with other family members first.
We may ask you about your loved one to gain an understanding of the person the services will honor. Use this time to communicate your ideas and preferences, share your loved one's life story, revisit memories, and highlight their accomplishments. Our professionals will use this information to guide you in the creation of a personalized, meaningful celebration of your loved one's life.
This process may include:
We'd like to make this process as smooth and stress-free for you as we can, so remember to bring (or email if possible) the following information about your loved one with you as well:
Boston Funeral Home
Phone: (715) 344-4223
1649 Briggs St., Stevens Point, WI 54481
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