Anderson-McQueen Encourages End of Life Conversations
Anniversary of Terri Schiavo’s Death Illustrates Importance of Pre-Planning.
St Petersburg, FL, March 31, 2010 --(PR.com)-- A tragic reminder of the importance of communicating
with family members, the five-year anniversary of Terri Schiavo's death has inspired Anderson-McQueen
Family Tribute Centers to offer new and helpful information to those interested in learning how to
properly convey end of life wishes.
Visitors to the company's Web site can access detailed information and helpful tools comprised of the
most important elements necessary to begin the end-of-life planning process, including a pre-planning
checklist, a pre-planning form and comprehensive step-by-step pre-planning instructions are offered.
Visitors can learn how to begin preparing, arranging and delegating their most important final details and
begin to set the stage for a more relaxed and enjoyable life, secure that they have taken care of what
According the pre-planning experts at Anderson-McQueen, asking the right questions starts the process
and makes it most beneficial for everyone involved.
Some of the most important questions include:
Who should be notified in a medical emergency?
What type of funeral service will I want in the event of my passing?
How do I designate a power of attorney?
How do I write a living will?
Where should my obituary appear and what should it include?
What are the benefits of making my final wishes known and who is the best Family Tribute Center to do
“Each day we help our families create personalized memorials and guide them through the planning
process,” says John McQueen, Anderson-McQueen's COO. “In light of the five-year anniversary of Terri
Schiavo's passing, we encourage everyone to remember how taxing this type of situation can be for
families without proper planning and attention. You can live your life to the fullest knowing you have
done the right thing for everyone.”
In addition to providing online information, Anderson-McQueen i