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2525 Colorado Blvd, Suite E
Los Angeles, CA 90041
6222 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 230
Los Angeles, CA 90048
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Los Angeles, CA 90027
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4515 Eagle Rock Blvd., Suite 147B
Los Angeles, CA 90041
3600 Wilshire Blvd Suite 428
Los Angeles, CA 90010
3111 Los Feliz Blvd Suite 107
Los Angeles, CA 90039
1720 Colorado Blvd, Suite A
Los Angeles, CA 90041
7250 Beverly Blvd, Suite 203
Los Angeles, CA 90036
4430 Santa Monica Blvd Suite 202
Los Angeles, CA 90029
10350 Santa Monica Blvd Suite 210
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Memorials for people from Los Angeles, CA

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Los Angeles, CA on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Mario "Reo" Hughes Pillado

Jul 10, 1988—Sep 20, 2020

Los Angeles, CA, USA

"Mario was born July 10th 1988 to the parents Josephine House and Arturo Pillado. He was called home to be wit…" Read more
Carrie Olson

Aug 18, 1964—Sep 10, 2020

Los Ángeles, CA, USA

"Carrie Olson passed away on September 10, 2020." Read more
Erich "Ebone" Gulliford

Jun 14, 1965—Sep 1, 2020

Los Angeles, CA, USA

"Erich "Ebone" Gulliford (56) passed away on September 1st 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Erich w…" Read more
Emmanuel "Manny" Pakroo

Jun 13, 1989—May 19, 2020

Los Angeles, CA, USA

"Emmanuel Pakroo was born June 13, 1989, and died May 18, 2020. Emmanuel is buried in Eternal Valley Memorial …" Read more
Joseph Allen Ansalvish

Nov 28, 1966—Aug 17, 2020

Los Angeles, CA, USA

"Joseph Allen Ansalvish of Los Angeles, CA (53) passed away on August 17th, 2020 in Berlin, MD. He was bor…" Read more

Choosing a funeral home in Los Angeles

If you’re planning a funeral in Los Angeles, there are a wealth of options available to you, so it’s a good idea to start by considering what style of funeral you want to have. To start, do you want to bury your loved one or cremate him/her? Do you want the funeral service to be traditional or something more unique to the individual? Do you want to follow any specific religious or cultural traditions?

If religious or cultural traditions are important to you, there are many funeral homes in Los Angeles with specific focuses. You’ll find Latin American funeral homes, Japanese funeral homes, and Jewish funeral homes, among many others.

If you know what services you want from the funeral home in advance, it will also help you determine which funeral home best fits within your budget. A simple direct cremation can cost less than $1,000 in some places, but a large, traditional funeral and burial can cost well over $10,000, and you’ll find that prices can vary greatly between funeral homes. Doing a few minutes of research can go a long way.

If you’re unsure about what you want or overwhelmed by the options, you may want to try our free funeral planning guide. It will help walk you through your options based on your personal values.