The Funeral Lady Classes

What’s New in Funeral Planning?

Wednesday, May 8 from 10:00 – 11:00am in the PEM District Board Room, Enter at Door A. 

Brenda will explain the basics in funeral planning, what the laws and requirements are, how to protect money for your funeral, how to know what you are buying, and how to read a funeral price list. Brenda offers FREE planning guides and will help you complete the guide. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and educate yourself on this process to make this event easier on your loved ones.


Are You Protected?  What Can They Take Out of Your Wallet?
 

Wednesday, May 15 from 10:00 – 11:15am in the PEM District Board Room, Enter at Door A.

Join Maggie and Brenda for a discussion on the latest on medical assistance and techniques to preserve assets.


Saving the Family Farm/Home

Wednesday, May 22 from 10:00 – 11:15am in the PEM District Board Room, Enter at Door A.

With the rising costs in Elder Care this is an important class to attend!! Join Maggie Estate and Elder Law Attorney along with Brenda Schultz Funeral Pre-Planning Specialist. Learn about how the state can take your home, ways to avoid it and the legal options to spend down and preserve your assets. Get information on how to pre-plan your funeral and protect those dollars.

**The classes are FREE, but please register online with PEM Community Ed or call Katie at 534-2225 to reserve a spot!


About Brenda Schultz, The Funeral Lady

After losing my Mom to breast cancer at the young age of 66, I realized the importance of pre-planning. It made it much easier on my family dealing with our loss. We were able to focus our thoughts on her legacy. I learned a lot about my Mom the day of her funeral. We didn’t talk as a family about her arrangements beforehand. She did the pre-arranging, knowing how difficult it would be to make those decisions in our grief. The ease of going through the process to celebrate and say our final goodbyes was made noticeable easier knowing her wishes. After that, I knew I wanted to help educate other families on pre-arranging ahead of time to ease their sadness. In helping families talk about and plan their wishes, I have seen reduced stress and grateful families preparing their goodbyes.