Necessary Conversations: Estate and End of Life Planning
Please join us for an interactive workshop and discussion on these important topics. Learn the facts about what is needed and how to make sure your family will have your guidance at what will be a very trying time.
Date: Thursday, November 23
Location: Sands Funeral Chapel
187 Trunk Road, Duncan, BC
Susan McInnes, CPA, CGA, Owner of S. McInnes & Associates Ltd.
Susan has prepared Personal Income Tax Returns for over 15 years and understands the need and importance of Estate Planning. Susan and her team can help you with your End of Life Planning, including Tax Planning, Tax Implications, Probate, Business Succession and Date of Death Cash Flow. We are here to help you and provide insight into what you should be planning for.
Ken Greig, Manager at Cedar Valley
Memorial Gardens has assisted many families planning and preparing their final arrangements and memorialization. Specializing in commemorating the lives of the loved ones lost and giving the families a positive experience with dignity and respect. Ken will dispel many of the common misconceptions and answer questions aboutwhat is really needed.
Participants will be entitled to receive valuable information and a free consultation, without obligation.
Seating is limited so please reserve your seat!
Ken Greig talks pre-planning on The Show
Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens manager Ken Greig discusses the four main benefits of pre-planning your funeral and cemetery arrangements: emotional, financial, peace of mind and organizational advantages/
Who We Are and What We Do
Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens, located in the village of Cedar, just south of Nanaimo, has been serving the central Vancouver Island region since its inception in 1957. Purchased by Arbor Memorial in 1982, the property has been engineered as a park like setting. With a total of 79 acres and only 30 acres developed, a professional and dedicated property staff maintain the grounds in exceptional condition. Cedar Valley Memorial now has the reputation as being one of the most beautiful cemetery properties in the country.
The professional cemetery and administrative staff here provide families with guidance to ensure your loved ones are commemorated in a dignified and respectful manner. Having some necessary conversations about end of life planning and completing your own pre-arrangements allows you to remove a great burden off your family while getting the type of services you want and saving money on the rising cost of those final arrangements. Many families are not aware of the benefits of completing arrangements well in advance.
Cedar Valley honours our families by holding several celebrations each year, including Mother's Day, Father's Day and Remembrance Day. Families are often seen on the grounds having picnics, walking their pets or just browsing through the different gardens, enjoying the flowers or visiting with the families of deer that frequent the property.
Never been here? Take the time to come out and visit. See for yourself what many other families have learned. Take advantage of the opportunity to speak to one of our dedicated staff and have all your questions answered.
Cemetery By-laws are the rules and regulations that govern the operation of the cemetery to help ensure its preservation and proper operation. They reflect accepted principles of cemetery management and our experience of over sixty years.