Katherine Capps

Preneed Counselor

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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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Katherine's Story

My name is Katherine Williams Capps. I began my career in funeral service in 1998. I started working part-time at Capps Funeral Home, formerly in Mars Hill, under the direction of Bobby Capps, my late father-in-law. He took me under his wing and began teaching me the ins and outs of funeral service. I decided to go to mortuary school, and I graduated from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in 2001 as a funeral service licensee.

I will always be in gratitude to Bobby, who taught me how important it is to help and serve your community. I am so thankful to be living in WNC, where I was born and raised and can serve the families that I knew as a child and have grown to love as an adult. Helping people during one of the most vulnerable times in their life is an honor and privilege that I take very seriously.

My position as a preneed counselor is probably the one I enjoy the most. It gives me the opportunity to get to know and speak with families and help them plan for their final wishes. The number one reason that people tell me they are wanting to pre-plan is so they don’t leave any burden for their loved ones. Pre-planning is truly the last gift that someone can leave for their family and is the most cost-efficient also. I am thankful that families allow me to assist them with their most precious thoughts and decisions.

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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?”

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Katherine's Story

My name is Katherine Williams Capps. I began my career in funeral service in 1998. I started working part-time at Capps Funeral Home, formerly in Mars Hill, under the direction of Bobby Capps, my late father-in-law. He took me under his wing and began teaching me the ins and outs of funeral service. I decided to go to mortuary school, and I graduated from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in 2001 as a funeral service licensee.

I will always be in gratitude to Bobby, who taught me how important it is to help and serve your community. I am so thankful to be living in WNC, where I was born and raised and can serve the families that I knew as a child and have grown to love as an adult. Helping people during one of the most vulnerable times in their life is an honor and privilege that I take very seriously.

My position as a preneed counselor is probably the one I enjoy the most. It gives me the opportunity to get to know and speak with families and help them plan for their final wishes. The number one reason that people tell me they are wanting to pre-plan is so they don’t leave any burden for their loved ones. Pre-planning is truly the last gift that someone can leave for their family and is the most cost-efficient also. I am thankful that families allow me to assist them with their most precious thoughts and decisions.

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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.

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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.

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Katherine's Story

My name is Katherine Williams Capps. I began my career in funeral service in 1998. I started working part-time at Capps Funeral Home, formerly in Mars Hill, under the direction of Bobby Capps, my late father-in-law. He took me under his wing and began teaching me the ins and outs of funeral service. I decided to go to mortuary school, and I graduated from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in 2001 as a funeral service licensee.

I will always be in gratitude to Bobby, who taught me how important it is to help and serve your community. I am so thankful to be living in WNC, where I was born and raised and can serve the families that I knew as a child and have grown to love as an adult. Helping people during one of the most vulnerable times in their life is an honor and privilege that I take very seriously.

My position as a preneed counselor is probably the one I enjoy the most. It gives me the opportunity to get to know and speak with families and help them plan for their final wishes. The number one reason that people tell me they are wanting to pre-plan is so they don’t leave any burden for their loved ones. Pre-planning is truly the last gift that someone can leave for their family and is the most cost-efficient also. I am thankful that families allow me to assist them with their most precious thoughts and decisions.

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