Carris Family Funeral Home
Carris Family Funeral Home

For the Sake of Your Loved Ones: Plan Ahead

Pre-Planning Form
You may download these these forms to use for planning your service and obituary.
Service Obituary Planning Form.pdf
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The topic of death may not be very easy to deal with during life. And yet death is inevitable. For that reason, you should plan ahead to arrange your very last goodbye while you are still alive. 

 

In private consultation with us, you can decide what type and what scope of funeral service you wish to have. That way you can rest assured that your loved ones will not be unnecessarily burdened with these decisions at the time of their loss. You can also be confident that in the event of your death, everything will be taken care of in accordance with your wishes and you will be given a proper funeral befitting your personality.

 

A preplanned funeral consultation with us involves:

  • Selecting the type of funeral 
  • Planning the visitation 
  • Determining the flower arrangement 
  • Organizing obituaries and memorial card photos
  • Naming the people to be contacted in the event of your death
  • Selecting caskets or urns
  • Arranging future grave maintenance
  • Determining costs and payment
  • Compiling documents and formalities, including the settlement of your estate
  • Other individual wishes and needs

 

We would be glad to advise you - without obligations.

It is important to us to provide you with the information you need to plan a meaningful service. Call us at (515) 465-8100 or send us an email.

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You can reach us day or night, even on Sundays and holidays:

 

(515) 465-8100

 


Address

Carris Family Funeral Home
1721 Park St
Perry, IA 50220

 

Email: marcus@carrisfuneralhome.com

 

What to Do in the Event of a Death?

If the death took place unattended at home, please immediately notify the local police department or sheriff's office as soon as the death occurs.  Otherwise ask your health care provider to call us.

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