The primary role of a funeral director is to help and serve people after they have experienced a death. Funeral directors help the family plan the funeral or memorial service, and then take the responsibility of coordinating those decisions. We will handle all aspects of funeral planning including, but not limited to, filing of all necessary legal documents, coordination of services with clergy, churches, and cemeteries, placement of newspaper obituaries, securing certified copies of the death certificate, notifying social security, applying for applicable veteran’s benefits, handling insurance claims at your request and, directing various aspects of the service itself. The funeral director is also responsible for preparing the deceased for the viewing and making sure that the focal point of every funeral visitation provides a natural and peaceful memory of the deceased. In all these activities, it is the concerned, caring service to families that is the hallmark of the funeral director. Advisor, counselor, organizer, and caregiver are just some of the roles which funeral directors play in helping you through your loss.
A funeral director’s job is to take care of the actual, logistical planning to ensure that you, your family, and friends stay focused on each other’s needs rather than being burdened with the many details associated with planning a funeral or memorial service