Due to recent events, you can now leave online condolences with each obituary posted on the Kutis Funeral Home website.
COVID-19 Funeral Assistance – FEMA is now helping those that have lost a loved one from COVID-19. Click HERE to review the information on eligibility and requirements on the COVID-19 Funeral.
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Things You Will Need to Do and Remember When a Death Occurs

The following is a list of things your family will be faced with at one time. We hope it will add some relief and awareness of what will be needed for making arrangements at the time of need.

Arrange Immediately:

  • Arrange a meeting with a funeral director
  • Review Service Packages and Options
  • Select the cemetery
  • Purchase burial property
  • Select casket and vault
  • Arrange type of service
  • Decide location of services
  • Select clergy to officiate
  • Provide information for eulogy
  • Select ceremony music
  • Determine number of death certificates needed

Items To Bring To Funeral Home:

  • Social Security Number
  • Clothing
  • Photographs of deceased
  • Veterans discharge paper (DD214)
  • Deed to burial property
  • Cemetery Information

People To Notify:

  • Funeral Director
  • Relatives and friends
  • Employer
  • Insurance agents
  • Bank and financial advisors
  • Credit card companies
  • Attorney / Stockbroker

Veterans Burial Benefits

If you are a United States veteran or an ex-service person who served on active duty, your survivors may be eligible for a wide range of benefits. Kutis Funeral Home, Inc will notify the Veterans Administration office and file for any benefits on your behalf.

Social Security Information

Kutis Funeral Home, Inc will notify Social Security and file for any benefits on your behalf. You may also call 1-800-772-1213 for assistance in setting a meeting with your local Social Security office, or go to www.ssa.gov.

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