We will assist your family in planning a funeral and choosing the options that suit your families needs and your loved ones wishes. We are able to assist you in holding services in a wide variety of areas. From our chapel, to your church or at the cemetery we are able to prepare a meaningful service to honor your loved one. We will listen to your family and help to arrange a celebration of your loved one’s life through whatever means you choose.
We will prepare an obituary to be published for your loved one.
We will help you secure your potential veterans benefits, such as burial flags, government markers, memorial certificate and a burial plot.
Social Security Benefits
We will notify the Social Security Administration of the death. We will explain and help you apply for any benefits you may be entitled to through Social Security.
We will help you in obtaining a death certificate which can be important for insurance purposes as well a host of other issues.
Sometimes the loss of a loved one can be especially painful. We understand that the grieving process does not end with the funeral. We are here not only to help arrange the funeral, but to help families cope with the loss of their loved one. There are a wide variety of grief resources available and we will help to point you in the right direction and begin the healing process..
We will call any Insurance Company and order the necessary claim forms, fill out the paperwork and mail the claim forms in for you.
Pre-arranging a funeral can mean many things to many different people. It can be anything from selecting a casket and songs, to providing us the information we use for an obituary and exactly how you want your service to flow.
We also allow individuals to pre-pay for their funeral. This is done by selecting the desired services, including a casket and outside container you would like to use as well as any cash advance items you wish to add.
What are cash advance items? These are items a funeral home pays to another company or individual for you. Examples would be: Death Certificates, Obituary in a newspaper, an honorarium for a minister or singer, etc.
If you would ever desire to come into one of our facilities and talk about your or a loved one’s funeral, please do not hesitate to call us and we will set a time for you to discuss pre-arrangement options with you.
At Rainey Mathis Funeral Home we know that watching a live funeral webcast will never take the place of actually being there, however we have seen an ever growing number of family members who would like to attend a funeral service but cannot attend due to poor health problems, military or work obligations or even financial constraints. For this reason, Rainey Mathis Funeral home is now offering live funeral webcasting using the latest in streaming technology. In December of 2010, our funeral home contracted Nationalwebcasts.com to install and support new streaming website equipment to give this much needed service to those we serve. Our live webcasts now feature full streaming motion and sound. Simple, Windows Media Video (.wmv) format ensures simple ease of viewing with no complicated software to install.
To view a private webcast service you must have a password. The password ensures privacy and allows the immediate family to choose who can participate in the live stream. On the day of the funeral webcast do not go to this public page! The actual funeral webcast is linked directly to each persons obituary page and can be viewed by clicking a specific webcast link that will be given to you.