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9201 W Higgins Rd
Chicago, IL 60631
3800 North Narragansett Avenue
Chicago, IL 60634
2900 West 111th Street
Chicago, IL 60655
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11900 South Kedzie Avenue
Chicago, IL 60803
1035 East 67th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
5800 North Ravenswood Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
4401 West 111th Street
Chicago, IL 60655
5300 North Pulaski Road
Chicago, IL 60630
4901 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60640
3600 North Narragansett Avenue
Chicago, IL 60634

Memorials for people from Chicago, IL

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Chicago, IL on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Michael James Sales-Burton

Mar 20, 2001—Nov 22, 2019

Chicago, IL, USA

"On March 20, 2000, the Lord blessed the world with the presence of Michael James Sales-Burton. He was born to…" Read more
Matthew Allen Chesser

Jan 12, 1994—Dec 6, 2019

Chicago, IL

"Matthew Allen Chesser, 25 of Chicago, passed away tragically on Friday December 6, 2019. Born January 12,…" Read more
Estelle Pier Liddel

Feb 20, 1929—Nov 27, 2019

Chicago, IL, USA

George Bernard Warren. Sr

Apr 21, 1955—

Chicago, IL, USA

Alaysia Navaya Norman

Aug 14, 2019—Nov 30, 2019

Chicago, IL, USA

"Alaysia Navaya Norman 4 months passed away in November 30th 2019" Read more

Planning a funeral in Chicago

Chicago is home to over a hundred funeral homes, meaning you have a wide range of choices when selecting a funeral home in Chicago. When comparing them, it’s often a good idea to compare prices, reviews and locations, as well as any special focuses, if that’s important to you. In Chicago, you’ll find cremation-focused funeral homes, Asian funeral homes, Jewish funeral homes and more.

Burial is still slightly more common that cremation in the state of Illinois as of 2016, but cremation rates continue to rise and cremation is expected to be more common than burial by 2020. Cremation has the benefits of being greener, more affordable and more flexible, as there is a much wider range of locations where you can choose to scatter or bury ashes.

If you’d prefer to bury your loved one, there are many Chicago cemeteries to choose from. Consider visiting a few to get a feel for the location that you’re most likely to go back to visit.

If you’d like help figuring out what kind of funeral to plan, consider trying our free funeral planning tool for guidance.