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Two and a half million Americans will die this year, and every year. Unfortunately, many of them will leave behind unfinished business, unpaid bills, unfilled hopes and dreams, unresolved conflicts, and unspoken words.
It is also a sad fact that many will leave behind unplanned and unpaid funeral arrangements. What an unpleasant and untimely surprise is in store for the loved ones who now must step up and take care of these matters!
If you are considering reading this book, then obviously you are still alive, and it’s not too late to spare your family of that “surprise”.
Perhaps you have been putting this off because you think it is too expensive, or because you just don’t know how to go about these things. Maybe you have been waiting for the right kind of resource to help you get started. Well, your wait is over.
10 Ways to Save Money on a Funeral Plan is just what you need to get going. This book will not only walk you through the decisions that must be made, but will also show you practical, common-sense ways to save money, even lots of money, in the process.
With the help of this book you truly can get the remembrance you want at a price you can live with.
Dan Critchett has been helping people deal with death and dying for over 35 years. As a pastor, fire department chaplain, counselor, funeral home representative, family member, and friend, he has seen it all. He has worked for a number of funeral homes, both corporate and privately owned. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and has two adult children, Zachary and Rachel. His first-born son, Joshua, was killed in a plane crash at age 17. Dan believes his experiences uniquely qualify him to write this book.