Heritage Mortuary, Inc, Funeral Homes, Las Vegas, NV

Obituaries

Katherine Demare
D: 2020-04-04
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Demare, Katherine
Carl Jefferson
D: 2020-04-03
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Jefferson, Carl
Barbara Johnson
D: 2020-03-24
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Johnson, Barbara
Keith Board
D: 2020-03-22
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Board, Keith
Johnnie Heard
D: 2020-03-16
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Heard, Johnnie
Danny Burks
D: 2020-03-13
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Burks, Danny
David LeMay
D: 2020-03-10
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LeMay, David
Ma Alicia De Anda Ceja
D: 2020-03-10
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De Anda Ceja, Ma Alicia
Zayda Melocoton
D: 2020-03-03
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Melocoton, Zayda
Larry Ware
D: 2020-03-03
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Ware, Larry
Dorothy Johnson
D: 2020-02-29
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Johnson, Dorothy
Sam Ella McClendon
D: 2020-02-25
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McClendon, Sam Ella
Keith Miller
B: 1970-07-29
D: 2020-02-24
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Miller, Keith
Janice Ware
D: 2020-02-22
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Ware, Janice
Alma Rawls
D: 2020-02-19
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Rawls, Alma
Christine Bowman
D: 2020-02-14
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Bowman, Christine
Sharon Smith
D: 2020-02-11
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Smith, Sharon
Carnathan Harry
D: 2020-02-10
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Harry, Carnathan
Sandra Taylor
B: 1960-03-02
D: 2020-02-06
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Taylor, Sandra
Beverly Berg
B: 1936-04-20
D: 2020-02-06
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Berg, Beverly
James Cooper
D: 2020-02-02
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Cooper, James

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A First Call

Who to Call First

Whether you received a 2 a.m. phone call with news of an unexpected death or shared your loved one's final moments of a long illness, your initial reaction to the death was likely shock. It doesn't seem to matter how prepared you are - or aren't - a loved one's death often leaves you feeling numb and bewildered.
 
The next person to notice is your trusted funeral staff. From there we will recieve a call from the hospital or hospice nurse to coordinate the safe transfer of your loved one back to our facilty.
 
The call that you just recieved was notication of the passing of your loved one and that is what we call the "First Call"  That call can offend time place you into shock and start your grief process, but not to worry...You are in great hands with the staff of Heritage Mortuarty. We will guide you through the funeral process and advise you of all your options allow you enough to review your options prior to deciding. We understand even simple decisions can be overwhelming.
 

Making the first phone calls

What to do first depends on the circumstances of the death. When someone dies in a hospital or similar care facility, the staff will usually take care of some arrangements, such as contacting the funeral home you choose, and if necessary, arranging an autopsy. You will need to notify family, friends and clergy. It may be easier on you to make a few phone calls to other relatives or friends and ask each of them to make a phone call or two to specific people, so the burden of spreading the news isn't all on you. If you are alone, ask someone to keep you company while you make these calls and try to cope with the first hours after the death.
 

Call a Funeral Director

Whatever the circumstances of death, one of your first calls should be to a licensed funeral director. We are here to help you:
transport the body obtain a death certificate select a casket, urn and/or grave marker arrange the funeral, memorial and/or burial service prepare the obituary help you notify the deceased's employer, attorney, insurance company and banks offer grief support or direct you to other resources
 

Call the Employer

If your loved one was working, you'll need to call his or her employer immediately. Ask about the deceased's benefits and any pay due, including vacation or sick time, disability income, etc. Ask if you or other dependents are still eligible for benefit coverage through the company. Ask whether there is a life insurance policy through the employer, who the beneficiary is and how to file a claim.
 

Call the Life Insurance Company

Look through the deceased's paperwork for the life policy. Call the agent or the company and ask how to file a claim. Usually the beneficiary (or the beneficiary's guardian, if a minor) must complete the claim forms and related paperwork. You'll need to submit the death certificate and a claimant's statement to establish proof of claim. Remember to ask about payment options. You may have a choice between receiving a lump sum or the having the insurance company place the money in an interest-bearing account from which you can write checks.

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