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What to do if the death of a loved one has just occurred or is near:
1. When death occurs outside of a hospital or hospice, you must notify authorities to have death pronounced. (Call 911 if police or paramedics are not present.)
2. Make a “first call” to by calling 1-844-648-4777 or filling out the form on this page. We can arrange care and transportation of your loved one even if you choose to use the services of another provider.
3. Delegate someone to help you notify friends and family.
Honoring those who serve
With more than 1,900 licensed funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers in North America, the Dignity Memorial network is the right choice for veterans, active military personnel and their families. We consider it an honor to serve the men and women who have sacrificed for our country. Whether your need is now or you are making final arrangements in advance, you can count on us for professionalism, quality and service excellence.
Why Choose the Dignity Memorial network?
Experienced serving veterans
Our experienced, compassionate staff works with veterans organizations and veterans cemeteries to provide dignified funerals and burials with military honors.
Special savings to honor your service
A 10% savings* on all Dignity Memorial® funeral or cremation services and merchandise is available for members of the American Legion.** When you use the services of a Dignity Memorial funeral provider you and your family will also receive access to the 24-hour Compassion Helpline®, a Family Estate Manager™ and a flag case or memento box. Inquire today about special veterans savings with your Dignity Me
Should you move more than 75 miles from where your original arrangements were made, your prearranged funeral services are fully transferable and will be honored by any Dignity Memorial provider throughout North America.***