Plan for the Inevitable…

Plan for the Inevitable…

Pre-planning your funeral should be a natural part of life because it provides you with time to make end-of-life decisions in a calm and rational atmosphere. Start the online planning process now or meet with one of our pre-planning advisors. It just makes sense.

  • Why Should I Plan Ahead

    Why Should I Plan Ahead

    No one should have to make these decisions for you. Providing a pre-plan to those you love gives everyone greater peace-of-mind. You can then live your life to the fullest, knowing you've done the right thing.

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  • Pre-Planning Checklist

    Pre-Planning Checklist

    There's a lot to consider when beginning the pre-planning process. Our checklist will give you the satisfaction of checking off each of the related tasks, knowing you're getting closer to the goal of completing your pre-need plan.

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  • Make Plans Online

    Make Plans Online

    We understand some may want to make the most important decisions in the privacy of their own home, surrounded by loved ones. Our online pre-planning tool allows you to make plans, view funeral costs and pay for a funeral service completely online. 

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  • Pre-Planning Form

    Pre-Planning Form

    Our online pre-planning tool allows families and individuals to select their service package, casket or urn, burial vault and complete payment, entirely online. You may choose to follow up with us or not, either way, your funeral planning information will be on record and your information will remain safe.

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  • Meet with an Advisor

    Meet with an Advisor

    Pre-need counselors guide you through tough decisions. Our experienced team is passionate about helping families create a plan for the future.  
    Contact us to schedule an appointment.
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  • For First Responders

    For First Responders

    Coleman Funeral Home provides funeral benefits to registered, active members of our local law enforcement and fire departments as well as emergency medical responders — regardless of whether death occurs in the line of duty. It's our way of saying how much we value the service you provide to our communities.

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