And are ready to settle in to your favorite chair when the telephone rings. On the other end of the line is the familiar voice of a beloved aunt telling you that your favorite uncle died that afternoon. “Would you take over the funeral arrangements?”, the distraught voice asks. Could you come right away . . . See that things are taken care of . . . organize . . . direct? Could you? Would you?
You will try, of course. You don’t know how, but you will do it. Somehow you will become a funeral expert overnight. Within the next few hours, you are about to discover that you have assumed the responsibility of 87 different tasks. . . all of which must be done within a few hours or at most a few days.
Are you ready? Do you know what is involved? Do you really want to wait until the telephone rings to start learning about funerals and cemeteries?
Many of your neighbors have already received this valuable information. Won’t you join them in the knowledge and satisfaction that you and your family will be ready to help out effectively when your phone rings one day?