Funeral Planning Resources

 

Preparing for an Expected Death at Home

The following information is helpful for physicians and families on the procedures to follow to facilitate the expected death of a patient in the community.  Specific direction should be given to the family regarding the notification which must take place after the death occurs, and regarding the arrangements to be made for transportation of the deceased.  If these directions are followed, the confusion that can occur if Police or Ambulances are called can be avoided.         Continue Reading

 

Wojcik’s Cemetery Advice

Families who have lost a loved one may need assistance in choosing cemetery property for burial of a casket or cremated remains in an urn, if the deceased has not previously paid for a cemetery plot. You may wish to have a trusted friend or family member assist you in gathering and reviewing profollica ratings the information.        Continue Reading

 

Checklist for Estate Matters

1)  If you have requested Wojcik’s to order a Death Certificate from the Province of Manitoba, it will be mailed from Vital Statistics directly to your home. (Usually around 6 weeks).  If you have questions contact Vital Statistics directly at the below number.        Continue Reading

 

Obituary Guideline

***OBITUARIES ARE TO BE EMAILED (wfc2157@mts.net) OR BROUGHT ALONG WITH A PHOTO, IF DESIRED, TO WOJCIK’S FUNERAL CHAPEL NO LATER THAN 10:00 A.M., THE DAY PRIOR TO THE OBITUARY NOTICE RUNNING IN THE NEWSPAPER***        Continue Reading

 

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Expressions of Sympathy

A friend has experienced the death of someone loved. You want to help, but you are not sure how to go about it. This article will guide you in ways to turn your cares and concerns into positive actions.        Continue Reading



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