Preparing for My Departure

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Trafford Publishing, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 142 pages
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Within 72 hours after you die, the one left to make plans for your funeral must answer over 125 or more questions about your funeral wishes and desires. Preparing for My Departure gives you the opportunity to set down most of the answers to these questions in writing. You can make family members aware of many things that your death may leave as a mystery, i.e family relationships, where other family members are buried, what caused the death of other family members.

Death is eminent in everyone's life. You do not know when your appointment is. Preparing for My Departure is for everyone from sixteen to a hundred and six. One to a family is not enough; husbands and wives each need to have a copy and fill out their individual information, so that each knows the inner thinking of the other. The book answers questions about payments, cremation/burial, what happens to the body after being interred, plus many others. Everyone wants to know these answers, but no one likes to bring up the subject.


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The author, Rev. Kenneth Carr, has been a church pastor for over 30 years. During this time he has helped individuals through the question: "What do you think he/she would have wanted?" The deceased was not there to answer and give input. Preparing for My Departure is an aid for your family; it will help prevent disagreements over the way your funeral was handled, because you will already have made the decisions in the time before their grief.

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