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Many individuals think that “advance directives” are a good idea, but are not urgently needed, and their family or physician will somehow know their wishes. Unfortunately, this line of thinking often leads to unnecessary stress and complications.   The directive known as a “living will” clearly points out the kind of life-sustaining medical treatment(s) that a person would or would not want if he or she could not speak for him- or herself. Documents of this type should be on file with an attorney or trusted family member or friend. Another directive, known as a “medical power of attorney,” allows a select person to be an agent of the non-responsive person and make decisions about his or her care. 

Death is inevitable, and the more we can prepare for it, the easier it is for those we leave behind. Pre-need funeral plans can be made at any time and offer many advantages. Funeral homes can help you preplan a funeral for yourself, your spouse, or a parent. To learn more about the memorial and funeral services we offer, please call 609-737-2900. We are located at 21 North Main St. Continuous Family Service Since 1881

QUOTE: “Every new beginning comes from another beginning’s end.”