Lake Charles remains a close-knit community despite its surging growth. Part of being in community for many involves attending local church services. On a recent Sunday morning, as announcements were made to the congregation of a medium-sized local church, three deaths were mentioned so the faith community could pay respects and offer prayers of comfort.
A 69-year-old gentleman had passed after a brief battle with cancer. A 32-year-old man had succumbed to injuries from an accident and a 92-year-old woman left her earthly life due to natural causes. All very different in stages of life, age, and family status. Yet death came; as it will for all of us.
Death is not something we like to talk about. It reminds us of our humanness and that all of us will face the loss of loved ones and our own mortality someday. Grief is a part of life and experienced by those who suffer the loss of beloved friends and family members.
The widely recognized stages of grief include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Individuals go through the stages at different paces and degrees of emotion. One of the best things you can do for those you leave behind is purchasing a life insurance policy.
At the very least, a life insurance policy that will cover burial expenses can ease some of the stages of grief that your loved ones will experience. Having life insurance for yourself is a wonderful gift you can leave your loved ones. It is a way to make certain you receive the burial you desired to celebrate your earthly life. Another way you can aid yourself through the grief that you will experience when you lose a loved one is to have the peace of mind in knowing they are properly insured.
Parents of adult children might consider keeping policies on them in the event that they have not planned appropriately. Making certain that your elderly parents have the amount of insurance needed at this stage in their lives is also important to aid the transition that you will experience when they die.
There are many ways to protect the ones you love from financial hardship associated with the loss of your life. Sit down for a frank and informative conversation with a local Lake Charles Kelly Lee insurance agent.
These professionals are long-standing community members who care about their neighbors. They will explain the difference between term-life insurance and permanent life insurance.
Having the patience and understanding to answer your questions about life insurance regardless of what they may be is a customer service feature that not all insurance companies can offer. A no-obligation meeting can be made so you can have insurance explained to you.
Whether you already have life insurance policies in place or this is the first time you will explore what you and your family needs are when it comes to facing the expenses associated with your death, Kelly Lee Insurance agents are confidential, friendly, and willing to guide you through this topic. Make certain your loved ones are provided for when your time comes and lessen their grief, call Kelly Lee today.