Pre-planning your funeral should be a natural part of life, because it provides you with time to make end-of-life decisions in a calm and rational atmosphere. Planning ahead for your funeral services or for the services of a loved one can be a great help in a time of need. We would love to help you with any questions that you may have regarding how to pre-plan or what funeral arrangements cost today. It just makes sense. Please call us at 903-657-2562 to visit over the phone or schedule an appointment to come in and discuss what you have in mind. We would also be glad to mail you a copy of our General Price List and/or a My Wishes book to help you get started. You can also start the online planning process below with the online pre-planning form.
Texas Department of Banking
The Texas Department of Banking provides consumers with additional information on the purchase of prepaid funeral benefits. Here you will find a link to their website to assist you with any further information you may need.
Here at Crawford-A. Crim Funeral Home, we want consumers to be as informed as they can be about the funeral business and the governing body that oversees funeral homes and funeral directors. Below, we have provided a link to the Texas Funeral Service Commission that you may have the opportunity to get answers to the questions you may have about our laws, regulations, and licensing requirements in the state of Texas.
You've got to admit it; no one should have to make these decisions for you. Giving a pre-plan to those you love gives everyone greater peace-of-mind. You can then live your life to the fullest, knowing you've done the right thing.
There's a lot to consider when beginning the pre-planning process. Our checklist will give you the satisfaction of checking off each of the related tasks, knowing you're getting closer to the goal of completing your pre-need plan.
We've developed a powerful online pre-planning tool. A password-protected account allows you to start your end-of-life plan and return to it as many times as you need to, until you're completely satisfied with your arrangements.