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A Two-Part End-of-Life Planning Workshop: Get Personally Involved

A Two-Part End-of-Life Planning Workshop: Get Personally InvolvedApril 25; 9:30am-11:30am; No fee; Registration required

Planning ahead for your end-of-life ceremony does not have to be a depressing process. Thinking through how you want to be remembered can be very empowering. You can make important decisions about your burial or cremation, and plan the details of your own service (music, readings, photos, rituals, etc.). Clear instructions about your end-of-life wishes is a gift to your loved ones, relieving them from unnecessary concern in their time of loss, allowing them to focus on their grief and emotional healing.

Part I: End of Life Planning Options

9:30-10:30 am: Ronald J. Henderson, Funeral Director and George Estes, Cemetery Manager, of Novato’s Valley Memorial Park Cemetery & Funeral Home, will present your end-of-life planning options, including costs and insurance policies to help you plan and budget accordingly. An Estate Planning Binder will be made available to attendees.

Part II: Hands-on workshop; Planning your Own End of Life Service and Ceremony.

10:30-11:30am: Join us for a facilitated, hands-on session that helps you think through and pre-plan your own remembrance service. Worksheets will be made available to help you work through this process.

A very special thanks to Valley Memorial Park Cemetery & Funeral Home in Novato for their generous sponsorship of Whistlestop’s monthly Estate Planning series.

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