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Funeral Services

–  What to Expect When Bringing Your Loved One into Our Care (click here)

–  What to Expect During a Funeral Service Arrangement Meeting (click here)

–  Topics of Concern After a Loved One’s Death and Who May Request a Death Certificate (click here)

–  Death Certificates

Our staff can order Death Certificates at the time of the funeral arrangement meeting. To order additional Death Certificates at a later date, please see below.

–  Who Has the Right to Make Funeral Arrangements in Colorado?

A competent adult individual has the right and power to choose and declare their wishes for arrangements after their death. A Declaration of Disposition of Last Remains form is provided in Colorado law and your completed form should be retained with personal records such as a will, codicil, trust, or power of attorney.  Please refer to Colorado Revised Statutes (C.R.S.) § 15-19-104 and 15-19-107. (click here to learn more)

The right to make final decisions about a decedent’s body and funeral services are determined by Colorado law.  Please refer to Colorado Revised Statutes (C.R.S.) § 15-19-106. (click here to learn more)

–  Death Notification Checklist (click here)

–  How Social Security Can Help You When a Family Member Dies (click here)

–  Social Security Survivor Benefits (click here)

–  Eligibility for Burial in a VA National Cemetery (click here)

–  What Burial in a VA National Cemetery Includes (click here)

–  Burial at Ft. Logan National Cemetery (click here)

–  Military Funeral Honors (click here)

–  Funeral and Burial Assistance (click here)

Cemetery Services

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