Our Burial & Cremation Services
Simple Burial - $3,610- This selection includes the use of our facilities for a private viewing and the supervision of a graveside ceremony at a cemetery.
Burial with Service at the funeral home - $3,895 - When the family decides to have a celebration of life service held at the funeral home. Includes coffee, tea, citrus water.
Burial w/ calling hours & mass at church - $4,510 - When the family decides to have calling hours for 3 hours (ex 4-7pm) at the funeral home, prayers at the funeral home before church and then procession to church for a service/mass and cemetery. Includes complimentary continental breakfast the morning of the service, coffee, tea, citrus water during calling hours.
*not included - merchandise for burial or third party items.
Simple Cremation Plan - $2,250 - When the family decides not to have a memorial service.
Cremation with Memorial Service - $3,025 - When the family decides to have a celebration of life memorial service held at the funeral home or Harris Family Ctr. Includes coffee, tea, citrus water.
Cremation w/ calling hours & memorial service - $3,625 - When the family decides to have calling hours for 3 hours (ex. 4-7pm) at the funeral home and a celebration of life memorial service the next day in the funeral home. Includes coffee, tea, citrus water.
Visitation of deceased utilizing a rental casket, service at church of your choice, followed by cremation - $5,780 - If you are considering cremation but still would like to view your loved one, we would recommend this option. This option includes, 3 hours of calling hours at our funeral home. A private family goodbye the morning we go to church which includes our complementary continental breakfast. All transportation using our hearse to the church and cremation facility and a rental casket choice of Cherry or Oak. Lastly, this also includes a wooden urn.
*All cremations include our Cremation with Peace of Mind Plan, Cherry Wooden Urn, cremated remains back within 24hours.
For your convenience and peace of mind, we are available anytime, night or day, to answer your questions in person or by phone.
Comparing Prices of Funeral Providers
If you are comparing prices among funeral providers, it is important to recognize the differences in the overall level of service and the manner in which fees are quoted. Every funeral provider charges separately for two main components – professional services and merchandise. While one firm may have a lower service charge than another, their merchandise prices may be higher, resulting in a comparable total price. Our funeral homes’ prices are in the middle by comparison to others and represent what we think is the ideal combination of price and value.
We also believe in transparency and listing our prices. You will find our General Price List at the bottom of this page. While many funeral homes don’t list their prices on line we feel we have nothing to hide and want to be as transparent as possible. Please know that our price list is regulated by the FTC funeral rule and all of our prices are itemized. As the consumer, this may be hard for you to fully understand and may require clarification. Before making funeral arrangements please know we are here for you at anytime to explain these charges in person, over the phone or via email.
At Harris Funeral Home, we place the emphasis on service & care over merchandise, as our clients mainly value the positive experience with our staff, facilities and the thoughtful care we render.
Here are some questions you should consider when comparing:
1. Is the funeral provider’s pricing complicated by packaged offerings claiming to save expense? Are there any hidden fees?
2. Does the staff listen and comprehend my needs, responding with warmth and eagerness to assist, as if my family is their only concern of the moment?
3. Does the firm’s personnel have the knowledge and experience of various faith and cultural traditions, facilitating well-orchestrated ceremonies? Or, can the staff support us in meaningful ways for a non-religious ceremony?
4. Are the facilities, equipment, technology and procedures up to date?
Does the staff provide timely follow-up and assistance with details when services are completed?
5. Will the firm go out of its way to accommodate special requests and demonstrate creativity in tailoring services, or is it a “one size fits all” approach?
6. How much personnel is assigned to supervise memorial ceremonies?
7. Does the company operate its own business or is this “outsourced?”
We invite you to visit our facilities, meet our staff, and compare.