Death of a Loved One
Here for you in times of need
The loss of someone you love is a time of grief, and in the midst of it all, there are legal and financial matters that need your attention. Whenever you're ready, we'll help guide you through the financial decisions that need to be made and provide helpful member resources for coping with loss.
Settling your loved one's estate
The emotional aftermath of losing a loved one can make it difficult to think about the practical matters at hand. You can put some tasks off for a bit, but settling your loved one's estate is something you should deal with sooner rather than later. Doing so will ensure assets, such as retirement accounts and insurance policies, are paid to the rightful beneficiaries.
If your loved one owned insurance or investment products, you’ll want to file a claim as soon as you can. If it was a Thrivent product, you can report online, call 920-628-6312 or notify your Thrivent financial professional.
For more guidance, see the following:
Condolence Resources for Members
Emotional and spiritual support
Grieving with Hope offers Biblically-based insight to help you emotionally and spiritually heal from loss.Order a printed book
Care package for grieving parents
If you or someone you know has experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth or the loss of a newborn, order this special care package to help with healing.Order care package
Member benefits and programs are not guaranteed contractual benefits. The interpretation of the provisions of these benefits and programs is at the sole discretion of Thrivent. Thrivent reserves the right to change, modify, discontinue, or refuse to provide any of the membership benefits or any part of them, at any time.
You should only purchase and keep insurance and annuity products that best meet the financial security needs of you and your family and never purchase or keep any insurance or annuity products to be eligible for nonguaranteed membership benefits.