Traditional Funeral Services
Since 1976, Everhart Bove Funeral Homes has provided exceptional funeral services with ground burial as well as cremation options.
Funeral Ceremony for the living as a way to honor the value of a life lived. Whether a ground burial or cremation, a ceremony is the choice of most families.
Visitation is that time when people share a deep concern for others during their loss. "Grief shared is grief diminished".
Both funeral ceremonies and visitation are appropriate arrangements for either ground burial or cremation*.
*Cremation does not mean "no ceremony". It is an alternative method of disposition.
Caskets provide a resting place for a deceased person. They may be purchased or rented for ceremonial purposes. Expensive casket choices are not suggested at Everhart Bove for either ground burial or cremation.
Burial vaults are not required in the state of Ohio. However, cemeteries may require the use of a grave liner or vault. Most cemeteries require them.
How Much Does a Traditional Funeral Cost?
The national average is published as $8,000. However, most people using Everhart-Bove's services do not spend that amount.
Basic Funeral Home Package
- Professional Services
- Embalming, visitation, ceremony, local transportation to cemetery and steel casket
$4825 plus tax and c/a
Cash, credit card or insurance assignment
Things to Know
Cash advances (C/A) and third party payments: Cemetery fees, newspaper charges, flowers, taxes, cash advances and honorariums are not part of the funeral homes operational fees. However, we help families manage those arrangements as part of our normal services.
Cemetery fees and costs are separate from funeral home fees and charges. Cemeteries operate as their own businesses. The funeral home has no jurisdiction over a cemetery or it's charges or fees.
The federal government requires that ALL funeral homes make available to the consumer a General Price List of funeral home fees and charges prior to discussing funeral arrangements and costs.
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