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4400 Cherry Ave
Long Beach, CA 90807
Serves the Bay Area and Southern California

How much does a funeral cost in Long Beach, CA?

Here are average prices for common funerals in Long Beach, CA, based on our estimates. Prices will vary at different funeral homes, so it's a good idea to compare several options and ask for general price lists.

Traditional funeral
$8,300
Cremation & service
$3,550
Direct cremation
$1,900

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Memorials for people from Long Beach, CA

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Long Beach, CA on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Grace Karen Basa

Oct 11, 1979 — May 5, 2022

Long Beach, CA

Our family is saddened to announce the passing of Grace Karen Basa, 42, of Long Beach, CA. Karen passed away …

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Mark Douglas Beam

1957 — Feb 13, 2022

Long Beach, CA

Dr. John Reed Prosser, MD

Sep 4, 1945 — Apr 3, 2022

Long Beach, CA

John Prosser, 76, of Long Beach, CA passed away peacefully on April 3, 2022, surrounded by his family and lov…

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James "Wack" Anderson

1965 — Mar 14, 2022

Long Beach, CA

JAMES "Wack" Anderson

1965 — Mar 14, 2022

Long Beach, CA

Choosing a funeral home in Long Beach, CA

If you’re planning a funeral in Long Beach, California, it’s often a good idea to start by deciding what you’d like to do with your loved one’s body. Cremation is the most common choice in California, but you may also want to consider burial or donating the body to science. If you donate the body to science, you may not need a funeral home.

Once you’ve made a decision there, think about what kind of events you want to have and when. Would you like there to be a viewing? (You can have one with either a burial or a cremation.) Do you want a formal funeral service or would you prefer a more casual celebration of life? If you feel comfortable organizing the service on your own and you don’t want a viewing, you may only need a direct cremation or immediate burial. Some funeral homes near Long Beach specialize in these.

When comparing funeral homes in Long Beach, it’s a good idea to read online reviews and look at the prices for the services that you’re interested in. Pricing can vary dramatically, and higher prices don’t always mean a higher level of service.