Burial & Cremation Service Costs
& General Price List
These prices are effective February 1, 2018 and are subject to change without notice.
The goods and services shown below are those we can provide to our customers.
You may choose only the items you desire.
However, any funeral arrangements you select will include a charge for our basic services and overhead.
Burial cannot take place until a death certificate is secured and filed and a burial permit secured. Burial will be scheduled at Family to Family’s convenience. Casket, burial permit, cemetery charges such as a property interment and recording charges, outer burial container, memorial tablet, etc. are not included. Embalming is not required.
Immediate Burial with Casket Provided by Purchaser
Our charges for a direct cremation (without ceremony) includes: basic services for the funeral director and staff; a proportionate share of overhead costs; removal of remains, alternative container, and plastic urn; transportation to crematory; necessary authorizations; and cremation.
Direct Cremation with Container Provided by Purchaser
Direct Cremation with an Alternative Container (Cardboard)
Rush Cremation (Additional fee to cremation fee)
Witnessing Cremation at Crematory
All rates are for local service, with a 30-mile radius. There will be additional charges for outside the local service radius, $ 3.00 each mile. All Limousines and lead car are limited to four (4) hours usage.
There is an additional $100.00 hourly charge for usage beyond the four-hour limit. There will be a 40% increase on all limousines for Saturday, Sunday and Holiday services.
Transfer of Remains to the Funeral Home (First Call Removal)
Cemetery Delivery and Committal Service
Limousine (7 passenger) and driver (4 hours)
Utility Vehicle (to V.A. Cemetery, Coroner, Crematory, or Hospital)
Embalming is the process of disinfecting, sanitizing and preserving of dead human remains. Except in certain special cases, the law does not require embalming, however, if you select certain funeral arrangements, such as a funeral with viewing embalming is required. If you do not want embalming, you usually have the right to choose an arrangement that does not require it such as, direct cremation or immediate burial.
Cleansing and Handling of Un-Embalmed Body for Viewing
Dressing and Casketing