Simple Cremation Service Plans

Arrangements may be made at any of our locations, whichever is most convenient for you.

  • East County arrangements can be made in El Cajon
  • North and Central San Diego can be made on Miramar Mall Road

Simple Cremation - $695*

A Simple Cremation includes...

  • Transportation of the deceased into our care
  • Services of Funeral Director and Staff
  • Arrangement conference, clerical services & overhead
  • Filing of Cremation Permit in accordance with California State Statute
  • Filing of Death Certificate in accordance with California State Statute
  • Refrigeration of deceased (no embalming)
  • Cremation & cremation container
  • Remains returned in a temporary cardboard container
* Permits are not included in the price.
Currently, the Permit is $11.

This simple cremation plan does not include...

  • Fees for persons over 300 pounds
  • Memorial Service or Internment
  • Coordination of Veterans Benefits
  • Shipping of cremated remains

Optional additional costs

  • Scattering at Sea (see center column)
  • Urn (see right column)
  • Death Certificates
  • Keepsakes

About arranging a cremation...

Frequently Asked Questions...

+ Scattering at Sea - $795*

Boat on water

The unattended ash scattering plan offers a dignified option for family and loved ones.

The ashes are scattered off the coast of San Diego by our professional, licensed staff.

Optional Services

If you prefer to have more services than a simple cremation, our family operated mortuary group has facilities and staff to accommodate all needs.

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+ Cremation Urn - $895*


This plan offers the choice of one of our 2 cube urns.

  • Sheet Bronze Rectangle Urn
  • Natural Cube

Optional additional costs


Other Urns

You may purchase an urn from a broad assortment of urns displayed at our arrangement offices, or you may visit our supplier's website - Davis Whitehall - for more options. Prices range from $125 to $595.


keepsake necklace

Keepsakes are versatile in the sense they are used to hold a small portion of the cremated remains, a lock of hair, or even dried ceremonial flowers.

More about keepsakes...