Pre-Planning a Burial or Cremation

By: Dorothy Pacimeo-Comodore
Friday, August 10, 2018

Planning end-of-life arrangements can be difficult, especially at an emotionally exhausting time. Know that you have funeral planning experts you can count on with New York Atlantic Funeral Services. Located in Medford, they provide Long Island and all five boroughs with reliable cremation, burial, and memorial service arrangements. Rely on these caring professionals to walk you and your family through every step of the planning process, from choosing a casket to connecting you to grief counseling.

New York Atlantic Funeral Services can arrange burial or cremation services suited to your needs and wishes. They offer a variety of packages, including direct cremation and burial, memorial services, and even sea scatterings. If you have specific ideas for how you would like to arrange your own end-of-life services, these planning professionals also offer pre-planning options and can help create alternative funeral services that reflect your unique needs.

All arrangements at New York Atlantic Funeral Services are handled by licensed professionals who will respectfully follow your instructions. Founder Dorothy Pacimeo-Comodore has served as a funeral director since 1976, and her passion for helping ease this transition phase for families is shared by every member of her team. Additionally, this funeral planning provider is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA), giving you added assurance of their commitment to the highest possible standards.

When you want to give your loved ones the memorable send-off they deserve, choose New York Atlantic Funeral Services. Visit the website or call (631) 732-0570 to find out how they can help you.

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