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FEMA Offers Federal Assistance to Help Families Cover Funeral Costs

Up to $9,000 in aid may be available for those who suffered the loss of a loved one from COVID-19

Individuals can begin applying for COVID-19 funeral assistance for anyone who incurred COVID-19-related funeral expenses after January 20, 2020. This not only helps those who already incurred expenses, but those who have not yet held a service or purchased other funeral- and cremation-related merchandise such as headstones, urns and cremation niches.

On June 29, 2021, FEMA made it easier to file by offering more documentation flexibility for deaths that occurred before May 16, 2020.

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Reviews

Thank you so much to the whole staff for their tender loving care and professionalism. We were able to give our Mother a beautiful and well deserved service. The Pictures, Flowers, Memory DVD, Music and Touching Message from Pastor Branson Rogers. Everything so Appreciated. From the Family of Gloria M.

Mary Cox

My husband & I purchased 5 plots plus burial services at the beautiful memorial Park in the late 80's. Since then we have two family members resting peacefully there. The staff was compassionate, caring, and helped us through those very difficult times. Today, we're in the process of designing our headstone with the competent, professional, and good... Read More

Diana Cohen

Ms Katherine Sullivan is so kind, knowledgeable, and helpful, in continuing to assist with our families' future needs and plans as well as arranging for the modernization and upkeep of relatives' graves and memorials which have been at the cemetery for many years. , Katherine, thank you, John

John Tuthill

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