Grief and Guidance
Nelson Family Mortuary is not just any funeral home. Our years of serving the families of Provo, as well as our experienced and highly professional staff, make us the first choice for hundreds of area families each year. We understand that letting go of a loved one is a very difficult process, which is why we offer complete care so that you can focus on comforting each other as you prepare to say goodbye to your loved one.
We are proud to embrace traditional values, diversity and innovation when honoring the spirit and life of each person we serve. We understand that after the loss of a loved one there are many decisions you have to make, and want to assure you that we will guide you through the entire process every step of the way.
Resources for the Grieving Process
Part of what we do in order to help families during their time of need is provide resources to get them through the grieving process. We have a library of informative articles for you to look through that were written by a certified grief counselor, simply click the grief support heading below.
Nelson Family Mortuary understands that death brings many challenges to a family. Things come up that you don’t deal with on a day-to-day basis, such as writing an obituary or a eulogy. There are also legal and estate issues that can come up, along with many other things. We have put together a guidance page with resources to help you navigate your way through the funeral planning process.
Guidance and local resources for the loss of a loved one
One of the things we pride ourselves on the most is being part of the community because we truly love Provo. With that in mind, we spend a great deal of time working with and supporting, local businesses by referring families to them in their time of need. We’ve put together a list of trusted local businesses to help you, just click below to view.
We hope that these resource pages make this difficult time a little bit easier for you. Of course, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to give us a call at (801) 405-7444, or send us an e-mail through our online contact form. In addition, if you are looking to pre-plan a funeral we have a pre-arrange online tool that you can use, as well as a funeral pre-planning checklist.
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