How To Make Difficult Times Easier For Your Family With Skylawn Memorial Park
Thanks to Skylawn Memorial Park, you can now give your family one final gift-the gift of peace of mind. What if there was a way to make difficult times easier for your family, would you do it? Of course you would without giving it a second thought and one of the greatest gifts you can give your family. Skylawn Memorial Park is there for you to help guide you
through what is sure to be the most difficult time in your family’s life just a little bit simpler to navigate through. If this year has taught us anything, it’s that living for today is more important than ever before because tomorrow is never promised to any of us. No one wants to talk about their death or their final wishes but it’s the conversation we need to have and we
have to have and that’s where the compassionate and caring people at Skylawn Funeral Home, Crematory, and Memorial Park come in. Over the past few years, like so many other people we’ve had some experience with this and it really reminded me that although it’s not a topic any of us wants to think about when the time comes, is that an additional burden I want my family to have to face and the answer is of course not. I’ve come to realize that the act of preplanning is actually a gift of love., I can personally attest to the fact that preplanning made all the difference. It’s not easy to talk
about your end-of-life wishes before you have to. But it’s one of the most important conversations you’ll ever have with your loved ones. By preplanning your funeral, you can make sure your life is celebrated the way you want, and give your loved ones the peace-of-mind they need when the time comes. By sharing your end-of-life wishes, you’ll ensure your funeral will truly reflect you and your life. Even more important is the fact that by prearranging your funeral, you can alleviate the stress and burden of making tough decisions at an already difficult time for them.
Thanks to Skylawn Memorial Park, there are people there to help take you through the process and makes what could be a difficult process one that much easier to understand and take care of so your family doesn’t have to. So just when should you start the process? The answer is actually quite simple in that any time is a good time to plan your funeral except after you are gone and not able to do it. Why? Because there are clear advantages to planning ahead. Can you imagine planning a wedding in just a few days? Or any celebration for that matter? Why leave the ultimate celebration of your life to the last minute?
When you take the time to preplan your final wishes it comes with the peace of mind that comes with knowing your wishes have been made known and the details are taken care of. The comfort of knowing your family will not have to make funeral arrangement decisions during the difficult time of their initial grief. Most people are unaware that pre-planning for cemetery and funeral services is an option, and even less aware of the benefits that it provides. Many people are also unaware of the difference between a funeral and cemetery services.
Skylawn offers the convenience of funeral, cemetery, and cremation services all in one location. Skylawn is uniquely situated atop the Montara mountain range with expansive and unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, offering unparalleled Fung Shui. Skylawn Funeral Home, Memorial Park and Crematory is truly a place like no other. It is both dramatic and serene, with stunning views of San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
It was in sitting down and speaking with the people at Skylawn that I came to realize that they understood and knew that losing someone you love is one of life’s most difficult experiences, and that’s why it’s so important to them that those that they work with are truly are an extension of their own family. Their incredible team of professionals have many years of experience, and they have made it their commitment and priority to make sure that as they provide that much-needed comfort that families in times of loss need, they work tirelessly to ensure every person and family is treated with compassion and respect.
With this new kind of normal that we are all now living with, safety protocols due to Covid-19 are of utmost importance and Skylawn goes above and beyond. With many options to ensure your safety from outdoor services that take into account social distancing to virtual services which allow family and friends to participate in live funeral services even when they can’t attend in person it’s the first-of-its-kind interactive online service offering. Whether attending the service, reading a poem or eulogizing your loved one, everyone can honor the memory of your loved one at no cost. In addition, it provides you to come together virtually as a family to make arrangements and allows family members from multiple locations to collaborate online while making funeral arrangements with the funeral director. This unique offering can provide an online outlet for a wide range of end-of-life events — including funerals, burials, wakes, shivas, or memorial services — at a time when families need a way to memorialize their loved ones and show support and love for the grieving family.
With several locations throughout the Bay Area, Skylawn Funeral Home, Memorial Park, and Crematory enables you to make the most difficult time in your loved one’s lives easier to handle. It gives you a way to make your final wishes known ensuring that they won’t be faced with having to make difficult decisions at a trying time. Will they know if you wish to be buried or cremated? Will they agree on an open or closed casket? Will they agree on how much to spend?
Confusion and disagreements are common occurrences when there is no plan to follow. You can avoid this by leaving behind a plan. Planning ahead enables you to make financial arrangements to cover your funeral costs with that in mind Skylawn allows you offer you a way to freeze today’s pricing thus allowing you to guard against inflation in the future One of the things many people don’t anticipate is that even if you are leaving behind sufficient money, will your survivors be able to access it? Funeral insurance and funeral trusts are sound financial planning options you can consider ahead of time and that’s one less thing your family will have to worry about when the time comes.
Skylawn offers you a way to give your family the benefit of a meaningful funeral. A funeral is an important event for a grieving family. Psychologically, it provides a sense of closure and enables the family to begin the healing process. Families benefit emotionally and socially by honoring the lives of their loved ones with a fitting ceremony and by giving them a proper send-off. It is difficult to make the funeral the best it can be when planning it in a short time and it ensures that your final wishes are followed without putting them through the additional stress of having to second guess what you would have wanted. It allows you the comfort of knowing that by taking care of your final arrangements that you’ve done a thoughtful and caring thing to do for your family. It is comforting to know that you have done all you can do to ease their burden. And you can be assured that they will appreciate that your caring for them continued after you are gone.
Today you can see for yourself just how easy it is to navigate through the process by requesting information and take the first step by requesting a Free Funeral Planning Guide and let Skylawn Memorial Park make the most difficult times that your family will ever face just a little bit easier. Skylawn will ensure that together you can create a memorable service in honor of a beautiful life.
Their commitment to providing superior care to families in their greatest time of need along with world-class service and dedication to the families that they serve, along with their cemetery grounds and funeral home truly make Skylawn a place like no other.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Skylawn Funeral Home, Memorial Park and Crematory however the thoughts and opinions expressed here are 100% my own.