Burial or Graveside Services
How to Plan a Funeral
Grief & Guidance
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At Harrod Brothers Funeral Home, Inc., we want to make sure that you are well informed about the different types of burial services in Frankfort. We think that this is important so that you can make the right choice about how to say goodbye to a loved one, or pre-plan your own funeral.
First of all, what is a funeral? That might seem like a trivial question, but we find that even now there are people that come to us and do not know how a funeral is structured, or what it’s true purpose is. Please click below and take a look - just in case there is something you don’t already know. If you are considering burial services in Frankfort for either yourself or a loved one, it is important that you read about our burial services page. This page covers the different burial services that Harrod Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. offers and gives you a breakdown of the various options for each.
Once you decide what kind of burial service you want, the next step is to plan it. Our ‘how to plan a burial’ page is a great reference if you’ve never planned a burial service in Harrod Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. before. Please take some time to read through and make sure that a burial is the best choice for your loved one and your family. Do you know what elements are included in a traditional funeral service? If not, then take a look at the ‘traditional funeral services’ page. This page will help you decide if you are looking for something traditional, or if something more modern will be a better choice for the deceased or yourself.
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