Funeral Home Services provided to Queens Village, N.Y.

Funeral Home Services are offered to residents of Queens Village, N.Y.

Jamaica, United States - September 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The funeral directors of Paul Lane Funeral Home will help guide the families of Queens Village, N.Y. who have just lost a loved one. If a person has had the experience of witnessing the last moments of a loved one’s life, perhaps this has brought them new insights into their ability to love selflessly, permitted them to grow closer to surviving family and friends and helped them to overcome past hurts. Unfortunately, that person also likely has feelings of confusion and grief. If the deceased has not planned ahead for his or her demise, then there are important decisions to be made despite these probable feelings of shock and sorrow. To learn more about the necessary steps to take immediately after the passing of a loved one, please visit the webpage https://www.paullanefuneral.com/

When a loved one passes away at a hospital or nursing care facility, the staff typically assists with some of the arrangements, such as getting in touch with the funeral home indicated by the family. The family and/or friends of the deceased are responsible for informing others about the death. If a person is in the situation where they are left alone to notify others of the passing, he or she should request that a friend or neighbor sit with them as they make the calls. This will provide the support needed to deal with the first hours following the loss.

One of the first calls that should be made is to a licensed funeral director who will transport the body to the crematorium (if direct cremation is preferred) or to their funeral home, get the death certificate, assist the family in casket, urn and monument selection and assist in composing and publishing the obituary. The funeral director will also arrange the funeral service or memorial ceremony and make the plans for traditional burial, if selected. The funeral home also provides help with notifying the loved one’s employer, attorney, insurance company and banking institutions. Often, the funeral director will aid the family in receiving veterans and social security benefits. Additionally, he or she will provide aftercare or bereavement services. The funeral directors of Paul Lane Funeral Home would be honored to provide these services and many more to the families of Queens Village, N.Y. Should a family have an urgent need, the family may call them at 718-659-6260 to receive immediate, professional and affordable assistance. More information as to the vital services provided by Paul Lane Funeral Home can be found at https://www.paullanefuneral.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Milton Lane
Organization: Paul Lane Funeral Home
Address: 115-33 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, New York 11434, Jamaica, New York 11434, United States
Phone: +1-718-659-6260

For more information, please visit http://www.paullanefuneral.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 407384

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