Funeral Services Omaha NE

For the unready, every death is premature. Add expensive if you leave survivors scrambling to make funeral plans during a time of shock, loss and grief. Uncommunicated desires go unheeded. Uninformed purchasing adds costs unneeded. An easy way to avoid overspending at the time of bereavement is planning and talking about that planning. Consider then communicate.

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
(402) 391-3711
4912 Leavenworth St
Omaha, NE

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John A Gentleman Mortuaries
(402) 391-1664
1010 N 72nd St
Omaha, NE

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Chapel of Memories
(402) 551-1011
4645 Dodge St
Omaha, NE

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Good Shepherd Funeral Home
(402) 505-9260
4425 S 24th St
Omaha, NE

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Cutler William A III Funeral Dir
(402) 393-0611
1627 S 91st Ave
Omaha, NE

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Bohemian Cemetery
(402) 551-1242
5201 Center St
Omaha, NE

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Westlawn-Hillcrest Memorial
(402) 556-2500
5701 Center St
Omaha, NE

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Boyd E Braman Mortuary
(402) 391-2171
1702 N 72nd St
Omaha, NE

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Springwell Cemetery
(402) 571-5844
6326 Hartman Ave
Omaha, NE

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Evergreen Memorial Park
(402) 397-3392
2300 S 78th St
Omaha, NE

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Funeral Expenses

Low-Cost Funeral Tips

Options abound when planning a Seattle funeral.  Here are some of our best tips for keeping the cost low.

1) Plan your funeral.  For the unready, every death is premature. Add expensive if you leave survivors scrambling to make funeral plans during a time of shock, loss and grief.  Uncommunicated desires go unheeded.  Uninformed purchasing adds costs unneeded.  An easy way to avoid overspending at the time of bereavement is planning and talking about that planning.  Consider then communicate. 

Consider that we offer the perfect, free tool to help you think through the many decisions to be made. It's called My Funeral . It is your online funeral planning tool.  It's free.  Click My Funeral on the top menu bar and begin considering what you'd like. Successive clicks will move you through the seven steps of My Funeral, a planning process that will take between 30 and 60 minutes. You can stop at any time; your entries will be saved. You can return to My Funeral at any time to edit your choices as your preferences change.

Consider, too, that funeral directors, who will welcome your wisdom in planning ahead, have options for helping you choose within your budget.  It pays to ask. 

2) Comparison shop.  The funeral home's General Price List (GPL) is one of the most important tools you have for controlling and understanding funeral costs.  The GPL describes all the goods and the services the funeral home offers, along with the price of each.  Like a menu in a restaurant, the GPL allows you to select the items you want, and it tells how much each will cost.

The Federal Trade Commission's " Funeral Rule " requires funeral homes to give customers a General Price List at the beginning of any discussion of arrangements.  The funeral director must give you a copy to keep.

3) Donate your body to science.  The University of Washington will pay to transport a willed body to the School of Medicine. The university will bury cremated remains in its community plot at Evergreen-Washelli Cemetery when the university's medical school students finish their studies of a donated body, also at no cost to the family. 

Be aware the university's Willed Body Program reserves the right to reject a body, which would require the family paying to transport the body elsewhere.  Certain other considerations apply, so review the acceptance policy carefully.

4)  Join an association.  Whether they contract with funeral homes or own their own, funeral associations can provide low-cost funerals and cremations.  In Washington, People’s Memorial Association has signed up more than 175,000 people looking for a simple funeral at a low price.  People's Memorial Funeral Cooperative is a funeral home owned by the association that offers a full range of cremation and burial choices to members in the Seattle/King Cou...

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