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Why pay for funeral items you don’t want or need?
At Evan W. Smith Funeral Services, we offer a variety of services, caskets, urns, and burial containers that will satisfy your needs and budget, ranging from cost-efficient to very lavish, if desired, all while providing dignity to the deceased and their loved ones.
Family Shield Credit:
The most affordable way to pay.
Paying for a funeral shouldn’t be an additional source of stress and worry. To help our families during their time of grief, Evan W. Smith Funeral Services has partnered with Family Shield Credit. It empowers families to have the tribute they want without the pressure to pay for it immediately.
With affordable, low monthly payments, timely approval, no pre-payment penalty, and up to 36 months to pay, Family Shield gives you what you need most right now — time to gather together to say goodbye and remember all of the memories you shared.
With Family Shield Credit, families can borrow funds to cover funeral expenses — from the funeral service to family travel to the post-service luncheon/repast, flowers — and everything in between.
The application process is quick and easy. Simply click the link below, answer a handful of questions, and get an approval notification in a few minutes. Once approved, you can work with our funeral directors to plan the quality yet affordable tribute your loved one deserves.
The choice is always yours.
Whatever your preference, from a simple burial to a traditional ceremony in the company of family and friends, our friendly, professional staff is ready to serve you. Please contact us with any questions you may have. We’re always happy to assist you in exploring your options.
Whether you need to plan a funeral for a death that has occurred or are seeking to preplan arrangements, our staff is always available to assist you. Please contact us anytime.
Recent Blog Posts
In our blog, we share resources and information that families in our community can use to cope with their loss or better understand their grief. We also write about the ways we have been involved in the community. Check out our latest posts.