Losing somebody you love is one of the hardest moments of your life. Add sudden logistical and financial decisions and the pain only intensifies. Advance funeral planning is the key to creating the positive end-of-life experience your loved ones deserve.
The choices you make today will protect them from unnecessary financial and emotional strain, giving them a clear plan so that they can begin healing when they’ll need it most.
Schedule a consultation today to discuss your service options and get a no obligation price quote from one of our advance planning specialists.
Why More Families Are Choosing Advance Funeral Planning:
Focus on Connection and Healing
Planning ahead minimizes the urgent tasks and decisions your loved ones must confront during a time of emotional upheaval.
Future Costs Covered at Today’s Prices
Pre-funding prevents emotional overspending, eliminates difficult questions about who will pay, and locks in inflation-proof rates for years to come.
Flexible Payment Plans
Convenient options are available, allowing you to prepay for services comfortably over time. Your services are guaranteed as you pay.
Leave No Doubts
Your wishes are clearly stated, helping to prevent disputes between well-meaning family members regarding type of memorialization and costs.
You cannot be turned down for financing due to pre-existing health conditions.
Peace of Mind Ensured
Feel secure that your plans are completed and will be carried out exactly as specified, providing an intentional plan for your loved ones to begin healing at the time they’ll need it most.
Our knowledgeable advance planning team is available to answer any questions you have. Schedule a free, no obligation consultation or start planning today.
Mert, a devoted patriot, served his country in the United States Naval Reserves, flying his flag daily thereafter. He attended Western Michigan University for four years prior to embarking on his 40-year career as the owner and operator of Frost Standard, the largest full-service gas station in South Western Michigan. Well respected for his business acumen, he was a mentor for many other entrepreneurs. As an active community minded individual, he was a member of the Masonic Lodge and Shriners International. He enjoyed meeting the families while driving them to Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Chicago and Cincinnati for their children to receive medical care, making over 280 trips total. Mert belonged to the Elks Club in Otsego; he was a member of TPA, AMBUCS, YKATS Swim Club, WMU Blue Line Club, and Alamo Little League. He was honored to receive a Paul Harris Fellow from Rotary International. Mert enjoyed going to car shows and was an avid sports fan. He enjoyed his time together with his friends from school and they were known as the Milwood Lunch Bunch. Mert is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Doris (Hutchins) Frost; four children, Dianne Hunter, Linda (Rick) Bukoski, John “Jack” (Kim) Frost and Susan (Steve) Andrie; ten grandchildren, Becky, Maria, Julianna, Aria, Aydin, Ansel, Kimmy, Jimmy, Nicole and Tommy; and one great-grandchild, Ava.
Mert was lain to rest with full military honors in Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Michigan.