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New York, NY 10006
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Jersey City, NJ 07302
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369 East 148th Street
Bronx, NY 10455
3039 Avenue U
Brooklyn, NY 11229
21 Main Street, Suite 253
Hackensack, NJ 07601
718 Teaneck Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666
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Neptune, NJ 07753
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Memorials for people from New York, NY

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from New York, NY on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Joyce Elfreda Myers Palmer

Aug 29, 1931—Jan 19, 2019

New York, NY, USA

Mabel Belmont Hadley

Feb 13, 1915—Dec 28, 2019

New York, NY, USA

"Mabel Belmont Hadley, 104, of Manhattan and Newport passed away on December 28 at her home on Central Park So…" Read more
Antonio Cezar de Oliveira Leite

Jun 13, 1964—Dec 30, 2019

New York, NY

"Antonio Cezar de Oliveira Leite, aged 55, passed away on December 30th, 2019 in New York City, USA. Affectio…" Read more
Madison Joy Friedman

Aug 1, 1995—Jan 2, 2020

New York, NY, USA

Candier C Moses

Sep 1, 1973—Dec 26, 2019

New York, NY, USA

Planning a funeral in New York City

Planning a funeral in New York, NY presents unique opportunities and challenges. Like many other things in New York, you’ll find a wide variety of funeral homes focused on different cultures, religions and price points. You can spend as little as $500 on a direct cremation (one of the most affordable rates in the country) or easily spend tens of thousands of dollars on a full funeral at an upscale funeral home. If you’re looking for an eco-friendly, Jewish, African American or Chinese-focused funeral home, you’ll have several options to choose from.

However, despite the wide variety of funeral homes, there is extremely little cemetery space in New York City, meaning that most people choose a cemetery outside of the city, as there are many more options in New Jersey and on Long Island. If you decide to have your loved one cremated, you may still want to bury the ashes in a cemetery, but you can also choose to keep them at home or scatter them somewhere. There are even specific services focused on helping families scatter ashes out in the Atlantic Ocean.