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1410 East Palmer Street
Philadelphia, PA 19125
4268 Richmond St
Philadelphia, PA 19137
Adams Ave & Ramona Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19124
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1201 Easton Rd
Philadelphia, PA 19150
1621 W Dauphin St
Philadelphia, PA 19132
1701 Washington Lane
Philadelphia, PA 19138
4301 North Front Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
3301 West Cheltenham Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19150
3822 Ridge Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19132
3111 West Lehigh Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19132

Memorials for people from Philadelphia, PA

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Philadelphia, PA on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Alexender Apt

1986—Nov 17, 2015

Philadelphia, PA, USA

Erma V Lee

Jun 4, 1939—Jun 16, 2020

Philadelphia, PA, USA

Sandra Frances Dozier

Jul 7, 1940—Jun 7, 2020

Philadelphia, PA, USA

"Sandra Frances Dozier was born on July 7, 1940 to the late James and Claire Dozier in Charleston, South Carol…" Read more
Linda L Crump

Aug 3, 1947—May 22, 2020

Philadelphia, PA, USA

Aura Katherine Edwards

Dec 6, 1937—May 2, 2018

Philadelphia, PA, USA

"Aura Katherine Edwards née Schickling, of Philadelphia, PA, sadly passed on May 2nd, 2018 at the age of 80. S…" Read more

Choosing a funeral home in Philadelphia

If you’re planning a funeral in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, there are dozens of funeral homes to choose from. While the choices can feel overwhelming, it’s relatively easy to narrow down your options and find the right fit.

Start by deciding what services you want from the funeral home. Are you going to have your loved one buried or cremated? Would you like there to be a viewing? Do you want to have a service at the funeral home itself or another location? While most funeral homes in Philadelphia will be able to accomodate any of your plans, some specialize in direct cremation (cremation with no additional events organized by the funeral home). If you’re planning to have a viewing or service at the funeral home, you’ll want to take location and aesthetics into account, but if friends and family won’t be visiting the funeral home, these things are less important.

Next, consider your budget. The average price for a full funeral in Philadelphia is almost $9,000, but prices can vary widely by funeral home. Looking at price lists in advance will help you avoid surprises. It’s also a good idea to take online reviews into account.

Once you’ve found a funeral home that you feel is a good fit, give them a call to confirm the information that you found online and start arranging details.