Menu Board

Funeral Planning is a lot like choosing something off a menu. When you pass away, your family will be given a ton of different options to choose from on how they would like to best put you to rest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fill out the questionnaire at the bottom to see how much your Funeral Could Cost

Funeral Pricing Checklist

“Simple or Immediate” disposition of the remains ________

Immediate burial ________

Immediate cremation ________

If the cremation process is extra, how much is it? ________

Donation of the body to a medical school or hospital ________

“Traditional,” full-service burial or cremation: ________

Basic services fee for the funeral director and staff: ________

Pickup of the body: ________

Embalming: ________

Other preparation of body: 

Least expensive casket: ________

$1500 (cardboard) $2500 (Basic Wood)

Outer Burial Container (vault): ________

Description: ________

Visitation/viewing — staff and facilities ________

Funeral or memorial service — staff and facilities: ________

Graveside service, including staff and equipment: ________

Hearse: ________

Plot: ________

Head Stone: (depending on size) ________

Total For a Full-Service Funeral (Not including other services) ________

Other Services:

Forwarding body to another funeral home $325

Cemetery/Mausoleum Costs:

Cost of lot or crypt (if you don’t already own one) Plot $4000-$9600

Perpetual care $150/Mo

Opening and closing the grave or crypt $75

Grave liner, if required $1000

Marker/monument (including setup) $125-$350

This list was pulled from "https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0301-funeral-costs-and-pricing-checklist

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