Wyuka Funeral Home


Thoughtful preparation can offer peace of mind not only to the one making the plans but also to those left behind. Preplanning is also a practical gesture because it allows you to make unhurried, informed decisions. Preplanning compels you to organize important documents your survivors will need later. With advance planning, you can choose a reasonable budget, and even set aside the funds over a period of time, to ease the financial burden to your family.

There are several important things to consider when preplanning. You will want to consider any religious practices that are expected by your faith. You should consider your family members and their desire to participate in the service by not over planning ahead of time. Instead, make general suggestions that can be adapted or adjusted to make the funeral more meaningful to the participants. Refrain from impractical request. Your funeral director can discuss the many pre planned and preneed plans available, and help you select or design one suited to your personal needs. If at all possible, discuss these plans with your family, for the assurance your plans are appropriate, and for their cooperation in respecting them at death.

Most people are financially prepared for accidents to their home and automobiles. Many are even financially prepared to handle long-term illness. However, few are financially prepared for their final place of rest. But preplanning does have its benefits:

  • You get a guaranteed price
  • You select a plan to fit your budget
  • Your funeral services and cemetery needs can be met today out of current income through budgeted payments
  • You take control by making the decisions for yourself
  • You eliminate costly, emotional, impulse-driven choices
  • Your loved ones will not be burdened by your funeral expense

Most importantly, you get peace of mind.  Prearranging is one of the most loving and caring things you can do for your family. It removes the emotional burden during a difficult time, and spares your family from making painful decisions, decisions they would rather have you make in any event.

Regardless of how simple or elaborate you would like your arrangements to be, our experienced preplanning staff at Wyuka Funeral Home and Cemetery will show you exactly what all of your options and benefits are and help you make wise, sensible decisions. You can prearrange and prefund your funeral and cemetery wishes.


Bruce Debus

Family Service Representative

Office: (402) 474-3600

Cell: (402) 432-9551

Cyndy Ricketts

Family Service Representative

Office: (402) 474-3600

Cell: (402) 429-1173

Dale Sutter

Family Service Representative

Office: (402) 474-3600

Cell: (402) 499-8781



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