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9233 Ward Parkway Suite 201
Kansas City, MO 64114
4444 N Belleview, Ste 108
Kansas City, MO 64116
6811 Shawnee Mission Pkwy Suite 115
Overland Park, KS 66202
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1500 Meadow Lake Parkway, Suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64114
8301 State Line Rd, Suite 103
Kansas City, MO 64114
123 West Kansas Avenue
Independence, MO 64050
9001 State Line Rd, Ste 120
Kansas City, MO 64114
13002 State Line Road
Leawood, KS 66209
3675 S Noland Rd, Ste 255
Independence, MO 64055
14310 East 42nd Street South, Unit 600
Independence, MO 64055
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Memorials for people from Kansas City, MO

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Anna Rose Dicavolo

Apr 15, 1915—Jul 3, 2020

Kansas City, MO, USA

"Anna Rose Dicavolo, 105 years old, of Kansas City, Missouri went to be with Jesus on July 3rd, 2020. Anna w…" Read more
Sandra Hubbell

1936—Apr 18, 2020

Kansas City, MO, USA

"Sandra Josephine Hubbell, 83, of Kansas City, Missouri, was called home to her heavenly Father on April 18, 2…" Read more
Brian James O'Neill

1958—May 26, 2020

Kansas City, MO, USA

"Brian James O'Neill 61, of Flint, MI passed away on May 26,2020 after an 8 year battle with cancer. He l…" Read more
Eloise Rose Mast

Oct 21, 2016—May 10, 2020

Kansas City, MO, USA

"Eloise Rose Mast passed away suddenly, Sunday May 10th 2020 at 3 years old after a Short battle with covid-19…" Read more
Mayson & Memphys Allen

Apr 12, 2020—Apr 12, 2020

Kansas City, MO, USA

"Mayson & Memphys Allen passed away on April 12th, 2020 in Kansas City, Mo." Read more

Planning a funeral in Kansas City, MO

If you’re planning a funeral, there are several Kansas City funeral homes to choose from. However, funerals in Kansas City tend to be more expensive than other parts of the state, so it’s generally a good idea to compare prices from a few funeral homes if you’re on a budget. It’s often possible to save several thousand of dollars just by shopping around, and the most expensive funeral homes are not always the best ones.

If you’re planning a traditional burial (burial is more common than cremation in the state of Missouri), it’s also a good idea to compare options for cemetery plots. There are a good number of cemeteries in Kansas City. Many of the cemeteries have their own funeral homes; you can choose to do both the funeral and the burial with the same company or arrange them separately.

However, it may also be worthwhile to consider cremation options. Cremation is now more popular than burial across the United States. It’s generally more affordable, more environmentally friendly and offers more flexibility (there are many more places that you can choose to scatter ashes). At the end of the day, though, the best choice is what you feel most comfortable with, personally.

If you’d like help making decisions like these, you may want to try our free funeral planning tool. It will help offer guidance based on your personal values and then guide you through the planning process, step-by-step.