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When Death Occurs - Forms

After a death has occurred, notify Fuller Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. by calling (954) 366-3758.

Our staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The following are some questions that we may ask when you call:

  • What is the full name of the deceased?

  • What is the location of the deceased (Hospital, Nursing Facility or Residence)?

  • What is your name, address and telephone number?

  • What is the name, address and phone number of the next-of-kin?

We know how hard it can be to make decisions and focus on the details. That’s why we’re here to guide you on this journey. At Fuller Brothers Funeral Home, you’ll benefit from the experience and wisdom of our caring staff.

When a death occurs in your family, you will be faced with important tasks and decision-making during a very difficult time. You may not know what to do or when to begin making arrangements. Bearing the responsibility can be overwhelming. Remember that you are not alone. Fuller Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to assist you with the details and offer our guidance.

We have compiled the following list to help guide you through the steps you will need to take after a death has occurred. Your funeral director will help coordinate all of the details when you meet for an arrangement conference.

We will ask you to bring in some items and information that will be necessary to complete the arrangement. These items will include:

    • Clothing for the deceased

    • Social security number of the deceased

    • The deceased's birth date and city and state of birth

    • The deceased's parents' names, including mother's maiden name

    • Information about the deceased's education

    • Marital status of the deceased

    • Veteran's discharge papers or Claim Number

    • A recent photograph of the deceased

    • Cemetery lot information (if applicable

There is no right or wrong way to say goodbye. We’ll help you and your family create a fitting event that is personal, meaningful and dignified, and carried out with the highest level of support and care. 
Below are forms that will need to be completed at time of death. We would need an authorization form signed, by next of kin, authorizing our firm, Fuller Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. to remove decedent from place of death, embalm or care and refrigerate remains.
We must also obtain information to complete and file a death certificate in the county where death occurs.

The compassionate staff at Fuller Brothers Funeral Home are experts at making you feel comfortable thinking about those difficult questions. We know it’s not easy, but we’re here to help begin planning when you’re ready.

When Death Occurs-Forms: Plan Ahead
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