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1700 Cabrillo Memorial Dr
San Diego, CA 92106
5600 Carroll Canyon Road
San Diego, CA 92121
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4470 Hilltop Drive
San Diego, CA 92102
5795 Nobel Drive
San Diego, CA 92122
3751 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92102
2127 Iris Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154
4300 Imperial Ave
San Diego, CA 92113
10801 Sorrento Valley Road
San Diego, CA 92121
8995 Crestmar Point
San Diego, CA 92121
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Memorials for people from San Diego, CA

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from San Diego, CA on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Kaiden Sakellis

Jun 24, 2005—Aug 4, 2019

San Diego, CA, USA

Kaiden Sakellis

Jun 24, 2005—Aug 4, 2019

San Diego, CA, USA

Kaiden Sakellis

Jun 24, 2005—Aug 4, 2019

San Diego, CA, USA

Dorothy Marie Miller

May 20, 1925—Jul 26, 2019

San Diego, CA, USA

"Dorothy Marie Miller (Lee), 94, of San Diego, Ca. passed away peacefully, in her own residence on July 26, 20…" Read more
John Harrison Packard

Mar 10, 1964—Jun 30, 2019

San Diego, CA, USA

"On June 30th, 2019, John Harrison Packard, aged 55, passed away after a long battle with prostate cancer. He …" Read more

Planning a funeral in San Diego, CA

There are many options to choose from when planning a funeral in San Diego, California. If you’d prefer to work with a full-service funeral home, many San Diego funeral homes have picturesque settings, which is especially important if you plan to host the funeral there.

However, many people in San Diego prefer a more informal setting. You’ll find that several funeral homes focus on direct cremation, an option in which the funeral home helps you with the cremation process, but not any events. This can be a good choice if you’re on a tight budget, and/or if you’d prefer to plan a memorial service or celebration of life on you own. Especially with San Diego’s good weather and beautiful scenery, you may want to consider a favorite outdoor location for an event.

The good weather also caters nicely to a graveside service if you plan to bury your loved one. (Remember that you can also bury cremated ashes in a cremation plot.) There are a handful of cemeteries to choose from directly in San Diego, but it may also be worth exploring cemeteries in nearby towns to find the one that feels right to you and your family.