Chapter 10. Cornell Notes. Section 10:1 Death and Dying. Death is a topic that makes us feel uncomfortable. Death is a natural part or life. Children learn about death through the media. Understanding death is greatly influenced by a person’s age.
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Monuments Upright; Flat Bronze; Granite; Marble $800+
Vaults Concrete or metal vault required by the cemetery $795-$7000
Register Book Hard cover $35-$75
Thank You Cards Generic (Qty. 25) $3.50
Location Hold funeral at church, funeral chapel or other indoor sanctuary $395
Visitation Public visitation $295
Death certificates issued by county $5 each ($10 first copy)
Funeral notice in a daily newspaper $175 est.
Limousine Professional passenger limousine service $120 per hour
Gratuities for cemetery personnel $20
Clergy Fee Depends on circumstances Varies
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Digging Open and close the grave $800-$1500
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