When Death Occurs

This guide will help you and your family create a personal and meaningful celebration of your loved one’s life to be shared with family and friends. We encourage you to take a moment to review this guide with your family. Rest assured every detail and concern will be addressed.

Family Conference

  • Full name and address of your loved one
  • Date of birth
  • City/Country of birth
  • Parents’ names (please include mother’s maiden name)
  • Family Names (Husband, Wife, Children, Grandchildren, Brothers, Sisters etc.)
  • Social Security Number 
  • If your loved one is a Military Veteran, please bring discharge paper ( DD 214 )
  • Years of education
  • Occupation and Employer
  • Hobbies, Interests, Personal Items
  • Affiliations (Church, clubs, organizations etc.)
  • Clothing / Jewelry 
  • Cemetery Deed
  • 25 to 30 photographs representing Family, Friends and Special memories
  • Preference of day and time for Life Celebration Services 
  • Number of certified copies of Death Certificate
  • Assistance with floral selections
  • Assistance with Monuments and inscriptions
  • Insurance policies
  • Funeral Luncheon

Family Guide To Creating A Meaningful Life Celebration

Life Celebration by: Gray Funeral Home

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A Life Celebration is a time for family and friends to share memories of a life well-lived. It can be a comforting reminder of the impact we have on each other’s lives and how we are truly connected.

We encourage you to use this time to help share the story of the lifeyour loved one lived.

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