Are you a Snowbird? If So, Proko-Wall Has Some Information For You!

Posted on 12-27-2018

Did you know that basic health insurance plans and even Medicare do NOT offer coverage that addresses dying away from home?

Certianly, it’s not something you would ever plan during a vacation, but the financial and logistic burden of dealing with a death away from home can be staggering.

Thankfully, there is a way to give yourself and your loved ones lasting peace of mind with MASA TRS (Transport & Relocation Solutions).

┬áMASA covers both the expense and logistics of transporting your body if the unexpected were to occur while traveling 75 miles or more away from home. Getting started is easy: Submit membership information. Submit your one-time membership fee. Receive your Out of Area Protection Plan membership card and you’ll enjoy peace of mind anywhere you travel.

Whether on a day trip or traveling the world, MASA TRS makes sure you’re never far from home and your loved ones are spared from unnecessary financial and emotional pain.

For More Information, Call Barb Holford at Proko-Wall today, and Please let her know that you read this article in the Green Bay News Network.

Proko-Wall Funeral Home and Crematory

Founded in late 1969 by the late Gerald Proko and Bob Walczyk, Sr., Proko-Wall Funeral Home was established on what was known as the far east side of Green Bay. The business has grown to six fully licensed funeral directors, a certified pre-planning specialist, 18 additional full and part time staff, a licensed in-house crematory and a full service pet funeral home. Proko-Wall continues to deliver the unique brand of service that families have become accustomed to since 1969, with the ownership transferring to Bob Walczyk Jr. ┬áLong ago, Jerry and Bob Sr. realized that a funeral was much more than just a service, and were committed to helping a family keep the memories of their loved ones alive. Proko-Wall continues to help families create unique tributes to a life lived and is dedicated to walk with a family after the ‘service’ is over.