There are just no words to describe how grateful I am to the Neptune Society and especially Russell Lavender for helping me through this very difficult time.
Neptune Society believes it is important to inform the community about cremation services and start the conversation about funeral planning. Funeral planning ties into retirement savings, medical expenses, and grief in ways that many do not expect. By spreading the word that talking about end-of-life planning is a good and important thing, we hope to help families prevent confusing decisions and heartbreak during the time of need, and create lasting memorials that will keep loved ones alive in their hearts for years to come.
If you would like a representative from Neptune Society to come speak at your event, office, church, community center, school, or other business, please complete the form on this page so that we may get in touch with you.
We also provide free seminars to the community to raise awareness for preplanning and to guide those interested in creating a cremation plan for themselves or a loved one. If this is what you would prefer, please RSVP to a seminar near you today.
Published: August 1, 2019
Palliative care and hospice care have a common purpose: to provide compassionate care and relief from pain and stress to people with serious, life-limiting illnesses. But the goals of each are different. Read on for more information regarding the differences between palliative and hospice care.
Published: June 13, 2019
When you’ve lost your life mate, it’s often an effort just to get through the day. In your grief and sadness, you may feel shock, anxiety, fatigue, depression, even anger at your partner for dying. Read on for tips on coping iwth the loss of a spouse or partner.
Published: June 6, 2019
For adults, losing a loved one is disorienting and difficult to accept. But for children, who are still experiencing so many new life lessons, it’s far more so, affecting their sense of security. It may be hard for children to understand how someone is physically present one day and gone the next, never to return.
Published: May 30, 2019
Did you know that as of April 2019, physician-assisted death has become legal in eight states and Washington, D.C.? Read on for information regarding the arguments in favor and opposition of physician-assisted death.