June 2008-Your Funeral Guy: Dear Abby Hosts obit Photo- Funeral Cost Discussion I have never heard Funeral cost -obituary cost put quite this well. ” Grieving Families do not realize the cost until the bill arrives” Grief Stricken funeral cost price gouging must be stopped.
“The fees for obituaries are exorbitant. A simple Sunday announcement can run more than $200. The “helpful” editors have all kinds of stock phrases they offer that increase the size of the ad — and that’s exactly what it is — and bump up the cost. Grieving families often don’t realize the cost until the bill arrives. Like “Snapshot,” I find it ghoulish, just another way to soak the grief-stricken.”
The full discussion can be observed here:
It needs to be noted that obituaries photos do increase your funeral cost.
Obituary cost can be from 0 to $200 or more. Many times the free online obituary is the best way to go. You can submit paid one’s on the internet as well. The obituary is part of the average cost of a funeral that can be reduced.
Grief Stricken excessive funeral cost can be stopped.
More information here:
This discussion, along with http://www.tributes.com/and www.TheFuneralSite.com,have been some of the most progressive online funeral cost comments and sites to recently emerge. Expect this and other low cost funeral options to go national. It will be welcome along with the lower cost green funeral.
This was all predicted in:
Rest in Peace: Insider’s Tips to the Low Cost Less Stress Funeral by R Brian Burkhardt and Matt Bacak. #1 International Best Selling Author Jason Oman also gave thumbs up to this book. This book is published by Morgan James Publishing.
Your Funeral Guy, R Brian Burkhardt, Funeral Director, Author, Blogger, State of Illinois
Readers of these books should check Rest in Peace out.
Kris Radish, Gayden Metcalf, Mark Harris, Richard Peck, take notes!