Personal Guide for Preplanning

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This 11-page booklet is your "Personal Guide for Funeral Preplanning for You and Your Loved Ones." The booklet contains forms for gathering useful information. You can save this booklet to your computer. Then open it and fill out the forms via computer for printing out; or you can print out the booklet and fill out the forms by hand. Click on the image above to save this booklet to your computer.

Guide for Choosing a Monument

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This 29-page booklet describes the various aspects of selecting a monument, such as different stone shapes and sizes, polishing options, engraving options, and accessories such as vases, color photos, laser-etched photos, and 3-D relief sculpture add-ons in bronze, as well as approximate costs. Click on the image above to open this file or save it to your computer.

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Chad Baker, 38, of Seneca, passed away on December 23, 2021 at Kansas City Research Hospital in Kansas City Missouri. Services are pending at this time. 

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Frank John Hulsing

Francis “Frank” John Hulsing, 58, of Baileyville, Kansas lost his battle against cancer, on Friday, November 23, 2018, at his home.

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