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Ocean Grove Memorial Home:: Funeral Home :: Pricing

Pricing Overview

The cost of a funeral is comprised of 5 categories.  The first four categories are the charges of the funeral home.  These charges are on our General Price List.  Every funeral home is required to give you a General Price List, as well as a Casket Price List and Vault Price List prior to any discussion of their charges.  Also, any in person request for a price list, even if you are just seeking information, must be honored. 

A copy of our General Price List is included on this website (click here to view)


Category 1

( including but not limited to:)

  • Basic Services of the funeral director and staff
  • Embalming
  • Other preparation

Category 2

( including but not limited to:)

  • Use of the facilities and staff for
  • Viewing Hours
  • Funeral Services
  • Accompaniment to the place of final disposition

Category 3

(including but not limited to:)

  • Transportation Services
  • From the place of death
  • Hearse
  • Limousine
  • Flower Car

Category 4

(including but not limited to:)

  • Merchandise
  • Casket
  • Burial Vault

Category 5

(consists of the Cash Advances)
These are the outside expenses associated with a funeral. These items are included in our charges and paid out to the individual recipients.  These items do not appear on our general price list as they are not our charges and they are specific to each funeral.  Examples include:

  • Cemetery Charges
  • Church/Clergy Honorarium
  • Death Certificates
  • Obituary notices

The charges of the funeral home will be based on the type of services you request.  Our charges, along with the cash advances, make up the total cost of the funeral.  For your convenience, we accept personal checks and all major credit cards.  Individual  life insurance policies also may be used to pay toward funeral expenses for which and adminstrative fee will be charged.   Billing the estate of the deceased is not an acceptable form of payment.