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Notify these people as soon as possible:
The funeral home to arrange for the transfer of the deceased (usually
this can be done within 1–2 hours although it may take longer to obtain a release from the hospital) and set an appointment to make further arrangements
Relatives, executor/executrix and friends
Employers (the employer of the deceased and relatives who will need time off)
Insurance agents (life, health and accident)
Religious, fraternal, civic and veterans organizations and unions, if applicable
Lawyer and Accountant
Secure the vital statistics of the deceased:
Full legal name – other names must be identified by “also known as” (AKA)
Home address
Date of Birth, Place of Birth and County of Birth
Industry and occupation Military discharge document Date and Place of birth Citizenship
Father’s name
Mother’s name, Maiden name Locate the will
Pay for:
Prepare for possible luncheon/ gathering expense
Prepare for possible cemetery expense
Prepare for possible future monument purchase or engraving costs
Current and urgent bills (i.e. mortgage, rent, taxes, telephone etc.)
Meet with Funeral Home Decide within a few hours:
Whether your loved one is to be buried, cremated or entombed
Your Funeral Director will ask if you have made any arrangements with a cemetery or crematorium.
Service details – would you like a visitation period, formal service, a reception?
Whether a member of the clergy will be engaged for the service
Pallbearers, music, pictures, flowers, scriptures or other readings
Your funeral director will guide you with casket and vault selections if necessary items to the type of funeral you have chosen.

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