Cemeteries in Savannah, Georgia | Ever Loved
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7 Salt Creek Road
Savannah, GA 31405
200 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31401
802 West Anderson Street
Savannah, GA 31415
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1600 Wheaton Street
Savannah, GA 31404
Wheaton St
Savannah, GA 31401
315 Greenwich Rd
Savannah, GA 31404
330 Bonaventure Road
Thunderbolt, GA 31404
1336 Dean Forest Rd
Savannah, GA 31405
90 Simmonsville Rd
Bluffton, SC 29910
880 Hwy 119 S
Springfield, GA 31329
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Memorials for people from Savannah, GA

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Savannah, GA on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Mbc Doogie

1999 —

Savannah, GA, USA

Phillip Christopher Carter

Apr 18, 1991 — Jan 28, 2021

Savannah,ga

"Phillip christopher carter ,29 passed away jan.28,2021 at memorial medical center in savannah ga" Read more
Twenty Twenty

Jan 1, 2020 — Jan 1, 2021

Savannah, GA, USA

"Twenty-Twenty, age 1 of the pits of hell, passed away on Jan 1st, 2021 from a brand new year! Twenty-Tw…" Read more
Ruth Mae Cohen

Oct 30, 1929 — Dec 6, 2020

Savannah, GA, USA

"Ruth Cohen was born October 30, 1929. She lived a long and joyful life for 91 years. Many things brought her …" Read more
Mary E Meservy

Dec 3, 1927 — Aug 29, 2020

Savannah, GA, USA

"Mary E Meservy, 92, of Savannah, GA, passed away on 08/29/2020. She was born to Grady Lee Ford and Emma Gene …" Read more

Planning a funeral in Savannah, GA

When you’re planning a funeral in the Savannah, Georgia area, there are several funeral homes to choose from, especially if you’re willing to work with a funeral home a little outside of the city of Savannah itself. In fact, it’s often cheaper to work with a funeral home that’s located a little outside of Savannah, and unless you’re planning on holding an event at the funeral home, the location won’t make much of a difference to you.

When evaluating funeral homes, it’s a good idea to start by thinking about what kind of funeral you want for your loved one. Do you and your family prefer a burial or cremation? Do you want to have a viewing? Would your family like a traditional funeral service, or would a more casual celebration of life feel fitting? These questions may influence which Savannah area funeral home you decide to work with. It’s also a good idea to compare reviews and prices, as funeral home services quality and pricing can vary dramatically. If you’re unsure what type of funeral makes sense, you may want to try our free funeral planning guide.

If you decide to bury your loved one, there are a handful of cemeteries to choose from around Savannah. Visit a few to determine what locations you’re most likely to want to go back and visit. The feel of each cemetery is different.