Pre-Arranged Funeral Plans
We plan for our wedding, our children’s education, family vacations, and other significant expected life events. We also plan for the unexpected events of life by purchasing home, auto, and medical insurance. Pre-arranged funeral planning is no different. Please use our arrangement planner form above to get started. For more information about our services and funeral/cremation packages, please contact our North Hills location at 412-364-0510 or our Cranberry location at 724-772-8800.
Understanding the benefits of pre-planning has prompted many to take the step to plan their own arrangements. See how Devlin Funeral Home can help.
Numerous individuals who have experienced the emotional toll of organizing a funeral immediately after the loss of a cherished individual have opted to proactively arrange their own funeral in advance. This helps alleviates the burden from their loved ones, sparing them from the weighty responsibility of making decisions during a period of mourning and intense emotional strain.
Opting for pre-planning grants you the invaluable opportunity to dedicate time towards making practical and meticulous decisions that align with your individual standards, lifestyle, preferences, and financial means. We guarantee both you and your family that the decisions you make will be meticulously executed according to your plans.
Allocating funds for your funeral provides a safeguard against the potential rise in funeral expenses. By securing today’s funeral costs, you alleviate yourself from future anxieties and spare your loved ones from an unforeseen financial burden. This offers peace of mind, ensuring that both you and your family are protected from unexpected expenses down the road.
The vital statistics that you submit with your plan will include your father’s name, your mother’s maiden name, your level of education, and your social security number.
This includes fraternal, service, or union membership, along with any special recognition you might have. In addition, all of your friends and relatives who should be notified in the event of your passing.
If you’re a veteran, you will need to include your military service, branch rank, date of enlistment, date of discharge, name(s) of war/conflict(s) toured, and serial number.
This encompasses your father’s full name, your mother’s maiden name, your educational level, and your social security number.
Remember that there’s no need to make all of the decisions right away, and that the purpose of pre-planning is to allow yourself to take the time you need when considering your options and making the choices that are right for you. For personalized assistance in creating your plan, consult one of our experts by contacting us to schedule a one-on-one meeting.