Start The Conversation
We discuss and plan so many big events in our lives; graduations, weddings, new homes, retirement, but no one wants to talk about end of life and the decisions that have to be made. Finding a way to start talking with a loved one may be the most difficult part; however, you might find that once the conversation starts, it may be hard to stop.
We want to assure you that this conversation is easier than you may think. Bringing your family together for an honest conversation about your plans and wishes is the first step. We consistently see that families who take this walk together have greater peace of mind. Now is the time to have the conversation, not when you are in crisis. End-of-life planning is more about living well. It’s about documenting and sharing your plans with those who are most important to you.
- Start a new family tradition
- Discuss your preferences
- Columbarium Niche or Ground Lot
Casket Burial or Cremation
- Single or Double Lot
- Type of Memorial
- Graveside Service
How to be remembered
- Traditional church service
- Celebration of life
Long after the funeral ceremony is over, the memories of a special life lives on.
Cemeteries are where lives are commemorated, deaths are recorded, families are reunited, memories are made tangible and love is undisguised. Hamilton Municipal Cemeteries are a history of people; a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth remembering - always.
Hamilton Municipal Cemeteries provide lasting memorials and permanent tributes to your loved ones. Starting the conversation can be easy. Have the talk of a lifetime resources are available at www.talkofalifetime.org/resources
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