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It's Your Funeral: Preparing for Your Final Affair


Most people learn about how funerals work after someone close to them dies. Suddenly, critical decisions must be made during a time of grief or sadness, often without knowing the wishes of the loved one. They come to one of the most expensive and important events in their families’ lives totally unprepared.

Join NH Funeral Resources, Education & Advocacy’s Lee Webster at the Hooksett Library, April 11th, 2019, from 6:30 – 8:00 pm to learn more about what you can do to prepare by demystifying the funeral process and identifying the most important decisions to be made.

Also covered: legal requirements and business policies, whether you’re looking for a conventional funeral with all the bells and whistles or an affordable option that is still meaningful and authentic. Learn about how to share your funeral wishes, along with your other advance directives, with the people who will be carrying them out when the time comes.

NH Funeral Resources, Education & Advocacy is a nonprofit working to support informed funeral consumers through education and advocacy. Lee Webster is founder and president of NHFREA, and a writer and frequent speaker nationally on funeral reform. She has been a key leader with the National Home Funeral Alliance, National End-of-Life Doula Alliance, Green Burial Council, Conservation Burial Alliance and other organizations creating change in the way we do death in America.

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