Amanda Lach

Preplanning Specialist

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You want to protect your family from worry and doubt during a time of loss. Now it’s time to get started! You can book a meeting to meet with your preplanning specialist or click the button below to work at your own pace from the comfort of home.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Select Your Package: Answer a few questions and select the best package
  2. Customize Package: Customize your plan so it fits your unique needs
  3. Finalize Plan: Complete your account information, payment, and signatures

You can plan online or in person, whatever works best for you. If you need assistance, you can always contact your preplanning specialist at any time. Stop worrying about what may happen if your family is faced with a loss, and instead put your wishes in writing so that you know they will have peace of mind knowing it’s taken care of.

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Amanda's Story

I was a sophomore in high school when I decided I was going to be a funeral director. It was the only thing I wanted to do! I believe that anyone who works in the death care profession, if it isn't a generational family decision, has experienced a trigger event that made them want to do it. My "trigger event" was the death of a student at my school, and it caused me to wonder how I might be able to help someone at one of their saddest times. It takes all kinds of people to make this world go around, and serving families allows me to hear stories about each life. I have learned to appreciate each family dynamic in a non-judgmental way and find I learn something from every family I meet. Preplanning a final life celebration service is so important because it creates peace of mind by having crucial information on file and relieves the emotional and financial burden on the next of kin and other family members. When families preplan, those they love now know exactly how they want to be remembered and won't have to make any decisions that could increase the grief they may already be experiencing. I have been serving families in family-owned funeral homes as a licensed Funeral Director and as a licensed Preplanning Specialist for more than 15 years. Although I left the funeral services profession for a short time to become a financial planner helping families create their retirement plans, my love of serving families as they plan their most important celebration brought me back. I feel my experiences will compassionately guide clients and families through the advance funeral planning process and reduce the hardship their loved ones will feel upon their death.

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Why Preplan?

You have always protected your family by planning ahead in case of emergencies. Planning ahead for funeral wishes is no different.

Less Stress, Worry, and Doubt

When you plan ahead for funeral wishes, you know everything will be taken care of for your loved ones. No disagreements, no overspending, no worry, anxiety, or undue stress on those you love the most.

Here’s How it Works:

  1. Learn about your funeral planning options
  2. Create a customized plan with a free cost estimate
  3. Explore payment options and see if advance payment makes sense for you

Let’s Talk!

Book a FREE preplanning meeting today to get started. Won’t it be nice when you can say, “It’s all been taken care of?”

Helpful Links

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How to Write a Will

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Protecting Your Digital Assets

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Estate Planning

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Funeral Planning Checklist

This checklist will help you in making important funeral planning decisions.

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Amanda's Story

I was a sophomore in high school when I decided I was going to be a funeral director. It was the only thing I wanted to do! I believe that anyone who works in the death care profession, if it isn't a generational family decision, has experienced a trigger event that made them want to do it. My "trigger event" was the death of a student at my school, and it caused me to wonder how I might be able to help someone at one of their saddest times. It takes all kinds of people to make this world go around, and serving families allows me to hear stories about each life. I have learned to appreciate each family dynamic in a non-judgmental way and find I learn something from every family I meet. Preplanning a final life celebration service is so important because it creates peace of mind by having crucial information on file and relieves the emotional and financial burden on the next of kin and other family members. When families preplan, those they love now know exactly how they want to be remembered and won't have to make any decisions that could increase the grief they may already be experiencing. I have been serving families in family-owned funeral homes as a licensed Funeral Director and as a licensed Preplanning Specialist for more than 15 years. Although I left the funeral services profession for a short time to become a financial planner helping families create their retirement plans, my love of serving families as they plan their most important celebration brought me back. I feel my experiences will compassionately guide clients and families through the advance funeral planning process and reduce the hardship their loved ones will feel upon their death.

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Free Resources

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Healing & Meaningful Funerals eBook

This eBook explains why funerals are important and how to plan a funeral that meets the needs of a family following a loss. It features noted author, educator, and grief counselor Dr. Alan Wolfelt, who explains the key role funerals play in the healing journey.

To gain access to your FREE “Healing & Meaningful Funerals” eBook, fill out the form below!

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Veterans eBook

This eBook contains valuable information about burial benefits available to veterans. The Veterans Administration (VA) offers financial assistance and benefits that can help veterans plan a healing and meaningful funeral ceremony.

To gain access to your FREE Veterans eBook, fill out the form below!

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Amanda's Story

I was a sophomore in high school when I decided I was going to be a funeral director. It was the only thing I wanted to do! I believe that anyone who works in the death care profession, if it isn't a generational family decision, has experienced a trigger event that made them want to do it. My "trigger event" was the death of a student at my school, and it caused me to wonder how I might be able to help someone at one of their saddest times. It takes all kinds of people to make this world go around, and serving families allows me to hear stories about each life. I have learned to appreciate each family dynamic in a non-judgmental way and find I learn something from every family I meet. Preplanning a final life celebration service is so important because it creates peace of mind by having crucial information on file and relieves the emotional and financial burden on the next of kin and other family members. When families preplan, those they love now know exactly how they want to be remembered and won't have to make any decisions that could increase the grief they may already be experiencing. I have been serving families in family-owned funeral homes as a licensed Funeral Director and as a licensed Preplanning Specialist for more than 15 years. Although I left the funeral services profession for a short time to become a financial planner helping families create their retirement plans, my love of serving families as they plan their most important celebration brought me back. I feel my experiences will compassionately guide clients and families through the advance funeral planning process and reduce the hardship their loved ones will feel upon their death.

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