What is Advanced Funeral Planning? - Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery
Much like writing your own obituary or living will, there also exists pre-need planning for your own funeral. While the subject may seem dispirited, it is important to plan and know your options. Saving time and money towards friends and family for future funeral planning is of great need in times of help and despair.
From deciding what type of casket, to where you want to be buried and how you want to be remembered, it all comes back to what you find most comfortable and can afford. These little details matter should they be based on your cultural values and wishes.
Consider your loved ones, ancestors, previously deceased and generations to come when selecting your burial options. Decide who you would want to be buried next to and consider a private master lot with traditional burials or mausoleums exclusively for you and your family. If you prefer a private burial, there are standalone crypts above ground at an affordable price that come in different shapes and sizes. Build to suite estates are custom made to your liking for private ground burials and cremation family plots. If none of these sounds like a good option, a traditional ground burial is also a good choice. Your space suggestions will be open to reservations if space permits allowing shade or Founder’s Lake view.
Aside from your casket, it is a requirement for burial vaults to be installed to serve as a protector made out of cement for the outside layer of your casket. Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery offers a cost down option as our own plant location is in-house. The convenience of not having to look elsewhere for a burial container is why we help and offer you this option.
Memorial and Monument Options
Creating your memorial not only serves as an engraved plaque but will be there for the rest of eternity. This step is important because it is what your loved ones will see every time they visit your resting place. Make it beautiful and unique with the different color options. We offer others besides bronze and upright granite memorials. If cremation sounds like the choice for you, we still suggest a cemetery plot for burial in our Remembrance Garden or Chapel Mausoleum. Remember, your name will symbolize your memory in everyone’s hearts.
Once you have settled down on your pre-planned funeral options, it is time to make payment arrangements in advance in order to pay everything off so that others won’t have to. All of your selected items will determine your total cost and your payment schedule. Live in the moment but plan for the future. Discover advanced funeral planning for your future arrangements.
Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery is a non-profit cemetery located at 6100 Three Notch Road in Mobile, Alabama. We are here to help those that are in need and make it a priority to preserve the memories of your loved ones in a dignified, honorable and comfortable place. Visit us online at www.mobilememorialgardens.org or on our Facebook page. If you have suffered a loss and would like to speak to us, please call us at 251-661-1333.