My dad has Alzheimer’s and has been in memory care since his spinal surgeries in Oct 2017. I am my dad’s DPOA for health and finance and Guardian ad Litem for his divorce that his wife filed. Still not finalized. I spoke with him about his wishes prior to his October 2017 surgery by filling out paperwork with him provided by the hospital. We didn’t realize at the time that it needed to be notarized. At that time all he would say regarding funeral arrangements was that he wanted to be buried in the military cemetery and if his sisters or I wanted to do anything more to do it. I did find VA paperwork saying that even though he doesn’t have enough points from the air force reserves for benefits, that they did approve a burial in a national cemetery. He had also told me the day before his surgery that he was furious to find out from divorce disclosures, in Feb 2017, that his wife of 43 years (not my mother) had previously taken out a “life insurance policy” on him before his heart surgery that was a few years prior. He said that he had recently canceled it and got his money back. Most recently I learned from the divorce lawyers that the “policy” he canceled, before his major surgery, was his “funeral arrangements.” His memory care facility is telling me that I should be making funeral arrangements for him now. As DPOA can I make funeral arrangements? Should I bring his sisters with me? They are devout practicing Catholics. My dad, my family and I are Catholic but don’t attend church.