Many of us spend a lot of time planning for weddings, graduations, retirements and so many of life's milestones. When it comes to setting our affairs in order for end-of-life arrangements, it can be easy to think there will always be time later.

The directors at Texarkana Funeral Home understand this, whether they are helping seniors pre-plan their arrangements to make things easier on their families or whether they are helping coordinate arrangements for a recently passed loved one.

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Texarkana Funeral Home has truly caring directors and a variety of options in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Here are just a few listed on their website:

  • Chapel service at the funeral home. Many churches and other venues have closed their doors but their funeral homes will remain open and will continue to offer services to support our families and to provide a proper memorial for your loved one.
  • Livestream for those who cannot attend. Texarkana Funeral Homes are offering free livestreaming, if the family chooses, for those who cannot attend. All livestream services can be found on our Facebook page.
  • Letters of Love.” Those who cannot attend the service in person can send a note to the family through the funeral home. The link can be found at the end of each obituary, or you can find it here.
  • Flowers to show your love and support for grieving families. Unique Flowers and Gifts is available to provide beautiful arrangements and floral pieces to honor our loved ones.

In addition, Texarkana Funeral Home has plenty of online resources on grief, planning services and memorialization ideas. You can even start pre-planning services online. If it's a process you're thinking about starting, visit texarkanafuneralhome.com or facebook.com/texarkanafuneralhome.

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