Sunny Lane Cemetery provides funeral services in Del City, including burnt remains and burial in the ground, as well as burial services for people as deeply rooted in Oklahoma as they were in the 18th century.
We also work closely with local veterans' organizations and hold annual community events in honor of our veterans. As part of our commitment to our community, we have also made our cemetery one of the first of its kind in the state of Oklahoma. We are taking steps to ensure that our employees respect veterans and their families, as well as the local community.
We are responsible for all individual life insurance policies that have been in place since 1 January 1996 and there is no central database of insurance documents. If you find your deceased's life and insurance policy, please look at your application and take a look at all other life and insurance policies you have. Also check your directory for agents or companies who have sold your car or home insurance to the deceased, who may know of the existence of life insurance.
We have information about your deceased's life and insurance policy, but we do not guarantee the accuracy of the information in your application.
If you think your policy was purchased in Canada, please contact the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Ombudsman. Several private companies will assist you in finding your lost life insurance for a fee. If you are unsure if you want to contact us with any questions, please write us an e-mail here And we pass the message on to the party.
Contact us to find unique ways to celebrate the lives of your loved ones, and we will work with you to create an appropriate tribute. We will accompany you through the process of creating a Veterans Memorial that truly honors the life and sacrifice of a loved one. Create art with your hand and tell us about your hobby, which has become a lifelong passion for you.
Let the experienced team at Sunny Lane Cemetery guide you through the process of planning, building and installing your Veterans Memorial at your favorite Oklahoma cemetery.
Check whether there are checks or automated payments to your life insurance policy over the years. Search your bank account and credit card information on your computer or mobile device to see if interest or spending is being paid to life insurance. Look at all your tax returns and other financial documents in the bank accounts and / or credit cards of all family members and colleagues - and see if you are eligible to pay your interest and expenses to life insurers.
If your policy has been paid, no notification of any premium payments due will be made, but the company may still send you an annual notification of the status of the policy information. If a policy is not transferred to another company, it will continue and your claims will be managed by a third party - a TPA (Administrator) working on behalf of your association. For more information about your policies, please contact the companies listed below or T PA. The drop-down menu below takes you to the regional association's website, which provides answers to frequently asked questions about life insurance.
For one thing, finding life insurance documents for a deceased relative can be a daunting task at the moment. There is no national database of life insurance policies, but the National Association of Insurance Commissions (NAIC) has a life insurance site system that helps you find officials from the state insurance department who can help you identify the company that wrote your life insurance policy for the deceased. The NAic number is a five-digit number assigned to each insurance company by the NA IC and used to identify a particular company, although each company has its own unique number.
If a life insurance company knows that a policy customer has died but cannot find a recipient, it must return the death benefit to the state or unclaimed property from which the policy was purchased. The Guarantee Association's coverage is coordinated by an association that provides coverage to individuals, families and businesses in the same state where the policies were purchased, as well as to states and municipalities. A company can be placed under voluntary self-government to restructure an investment portfolio or to convert a mortgage loan into more marketable securities. By court order, a liquidator administers the estate of the company and becomes the sole owner of its assets.
Today, the Sunny Lane Funeral Home still honors the traditions of the past while harnessing the potential for the future. Our priority is to create personalised services that reflect the lives and times of every individual we serve. Whether you want to celebrate in our company or with family and friends, we will meet your needs and wishes and remember the interests and passions that your personality has created. If you prefer the private comfort of your immediate family or prefer a traditional religious service or cremation, our Sunny Lane Funeral Home offers traditional and religious services and cremations to choose from.