301 West Carolina Avenue | P.O. Box 1087 | Clinton, SC 29325 | Phone: 864-833-1161 | Fax: 864-547-2020 | Mobile: 864-684-0482
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I plan a funeral for my loved one?
A funeral or memorial is a customary way to recognize death and its finality. Funerals are held for the living to show respect for the dead and to help survivors begin the grief process. They also give mourners a chance to share stories, create memories, fulfill religious beliefs & customs, participate in a support system, and gather at a peaceful place during a time of confusion and uncertainty.
What tasks are involved in arranging a funeral?
There can be as many as 200 tasks when planning a funeral. Many of them are listed below. Our Funeral Director will coordinate most of these for you, after meeting with you at a private consultation.
What do funeral directors do?
Funeral directors are caregivers, advisors, and administrators. They make the arrangements for the transportation of the deceased, complete all necessary paperwork, and carry out the wishes of the family regarding the funeral and final disposition of the deceased. They have experience assisting the bereaved in coping with death, are trained to answer questions about grief, and can recommend sources of professional help.
Some people cannot afford basic funeral services. What other financial resources are available?
Other than the family, there are veteran, union, and other organizational benefits to pay for funerals, including, in certain instances, a lump sum death payment from Social Security. In most states, some form of public aid allowances are available from either the state, county, city, or a combination. Most funeral directors are aware of the various benefits and know how to obtain them.
Childs Funeral Home, Inc. | 301 West Carolina Avenue | P.O. Box 1087
Clinton, SC 29325 Phone: 864-833-1161 | Fax: 864-547-2020 | Mobile: 864-684-0482
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Serving Clinton Carolina, and surrounding Area Since 1944