Peace for you today
Peace for your family later
More than ever, people are exploring the option of pre-planning funeral arrangements. Pre-planning reduces the stress of making difficult decisions at a difficult time. By documenting all your vital information, and assisting you in selecting the type of service you would like, you can have a distinctively meaningful and personalized celebration of life.
Pre-planning allows you to protect yourself against potential future cost increases. While pre-funding is not necessary, the Molnar Funeral Homes have several payment options available to our families. Our professional staff is knowledgeable in all aspects of funding options, and we are always available to explain these to you.
What’s involved with pre-planning a funeral?
We will guide you, your family and friends through all of the decisions that need to be made. We will discuss the many different aspects of a funeral including but not limited to:
Burial or Cremation Services
Visitation and Service Options
Religious or Non-Religious Gatherings
Selection of Merchandise (Caskets, Vaults, Urns, Jewelry, etc.)
Order of Service (Music, Scripture Reading, etc.)
Personalized Selections (Memorial Printing, Casket Head Panels, Photobooks, DVDs, etc.)
We encourage any specific requests
We guide and assist you in gathering all necessary documents
When you are ready, schedule a no obligation appointment at any of our four locations or in the comfort of your own home. We also hold a Lunch and Learn event every month where we will answer any questions you have regarding pre-planning in a casual atmosphere with our pre-planning specialist.
For further information regarding pre-planning, you may contact us using the form below or call us at 734-284-1600.
Pre Need Appointment Form
John Molnar, Sr. opened the Detroit Hungarian Funeral Home, now the Molnar Funeral Homes, in 1923. The funeral home began in his home until relocating across the street to it's Delray location at 8623 Dearborn Avenue, in 1936. He had a strong work ethic and believed that you should never stop learning...