Your Funeral Guy: Beware Funeral Cost Vampires

19 May

BEWARE OF  FUNERAL COST VAMPIRES:

Did you know that on one side of town you can pay $500.00 for a cremation and on another side of town your cremation cost may mean $2200.00.

THIS FROM THE MAY 18th  issue of the Arizona Republic:

“A “direct cremation” at Angels Cremation and Burial in Mesa is $475. At A-L Moore Grimshaw Mortuaries in Phoenix, expect to pay $2,195.

For a “traditional burial,” which includes basic services such as picking up the body, refrigeration, obtaining a death certificate and placing the body in a casket, a customer could pay $1,305 at Greer-Wilson Funeral Home in Phoenix. Or $4,700 at Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary.

Not including the cost of the casket.”

This comes from Edythe JensenThe Arizona Republic

View the full story here:

http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2008/05/18/20080518priceofdeath0511.html

As you can see there are truly funeral cost vampires out there. So be sure to find one that is not going to bite you.

You can read more about it here:

Find out about the funeral cost vampires that are out there.

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One Response to “Your Funeral Guy: Beware Funeral Cost Vampires”

  1. tepping May 29, 2008 at 11:22 am #

    I would expect a move in pre planning education given the rise in cremations. The baby boomers are a “detail” oriented group. It will become much more commonplace in years to come to preplan every detail that virtually eliminates the need for a funeral director to participate in any post death planning or the opportunity to take advantage of potential “emotional overspending” other than what is required by law.

    Todd Epping
    http://www.lovingurns.com

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