Resources : Helpful Links

Here are some places on the internet that we would like to share with you.

Benefits
Tahoma National Cemetery

"Where Heros Rest"

Veterans Administration

Informative information regarding benefits for U.S. military veterans

Planning Ahead
Funerals: A Consumer Guide

When a loved one dies, grieving family members and friends often are confronted with dozens of decisions about the funeral - all of which must be made quickly and often under great emotional duress. What kind of funeral should it be? What funeral provider should you use? Should you bury or cremate the body, or donate it to science? What are you legally required to buy? What other arrangements should you plan? And, as callous as it may sound, how much is it all going to cost?

Organizations
The Purpose of the Funeral

Once we see and understand how we deal with death, it is time to consider how the funeral enters into this process. The funeral serves many purposes but is best expressed in the following statements.

Hospice Care
Grief Support
Cremation Related
Right to Control Human Remains

Who is the legal next of kin?

Memorials / Charities
Other
Forms

King County Death Certificate Order Form

Forms

Cremation Authorizarion - Sumner The Cremation Authorization needs to be signed by the legal next of kin before the cremation can take place.

Forms

Death Certificate Worksheet - Bellevue This information is required to complete the vital statistical portion of the Death Certificate.

Forms

Cremation Authorization - Bellevue The Cremation Authorization needs to be signed by the legal next of kin before the cremation can take place.

Forms

Death Certificate Worksheet - Sumner This information is required to complete the vital statistical portion of the Death Certificate.