Michael Piasecki served in the US Army and, upon his return from the service, formed a bond with other service men and women in the community as a member of several veteran organizations. Sadly, Michael passed away at a young age, but his wife Nancy remained committed to honoring his legacy by continuing to support veterans in our community. [...]
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The Important Documents You Need to Have in Place Before You Die: A Will And Living Will. Having a prepared, signed, and certified will is perhaps the most important document one needs to have ready before they die Power Of Attorney. A power of attorney comes in two forms: A financial power of attorney [...]
You Chose Cremation for a loved one-now you have to think about what will be done with the cremated remains? While people may consider cremation compared to traditional casket burial, there are still decisions to make. Do you keep your loved one at home, perhaps on a mantel? There are a plethora of options [...]
Travel has become second nature to most of us and we tend to forget that when we're away from home.....anything can happen, including death. With On The Go protection from APASI, you and your family can have complete peace of mind, ensuring that you make it back to your family at no additional cost. [...]
What is a Death Cafe? Don't worry it's not the new restaurant down the street, although there is coffee and sometimes cake or a muffin. A death cafe is a group discussion on the taboo topic of death. There's no objective or theme, the main goal is to get people talking about end of [...]
Most people can't plan a funeral on their own, so they are ultimately going to need a professional service. We realize that the idea of planning ahead for a funeral can be intimidating. Many people don't even know where to start or who to speak with about preplanning. That's why Piasecki Funeral Home has [...]
According to funeralbasics.org, here are some challenges that loved ones may face: 1. Out-of-Pocket Transportation Costs When a family calls to notify the funeral home that a loved one has died, a funeral home staff member could travel a specified distance to pick up the deceased without charge. However, the distance and possible fees will depend on [...]
As we recognize the importance of health care workers during this pandemic, let us take the time to recognize the tireless efforts and unflinching courage of those at the end of life's journey, our Funeral Directors - Last Responders - Piasecki Funeral Home has not been overwhelmed from the number of deaths but from [...]
1. Peace of Mind - One of the best gifts that you can give your loved ones is sparing them the distress of planning your funeral after you're gone. With this gift comes the feeling of knowing that they will be able to celebrate your life and grieve your loss without the stress and worry [...]
Losing a loved one is difficult. Thankfully, if you've lost a loved one due to COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive support. FEMA announces COVID-19 Funeral Assistance See who is eligible and how to apply at COVID-19 Funeral Assistance | FEMA.gov