Habegger Funeral Services is committed to providing top-quality funeral services at an affordable price in Bowling Green, Grand Rapids, Liberty Center, Northwood, Oregon, Perrysburg, Toledo, OH and surrounding areas. Our staff of dedicated professionals is available to assist you in making funeral service arrangements. Our honest service and commitment to excellence have served our customers well, and you can rest assured that we can assist you in your time of need.
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How much should you spend on funeral services for a loved one? Many funeral homes in Oregon, OH, and the nearby areas will charge as much as $10,000 or more for traditional funeral services. These costs can leave a family with the financial burden of planning a dignified goodbye for someone that they lost. But, our team at Habegger Funeral has found the best plan to minimize costs and maximize the value of the service.
Minimizing the Cost of the Funeral
When you choose our funeral home, you will see that our rates are 1/3 of the price compared to other services in the area. Our innovative plan gives you the option to design a beautiful, dignified funeral without breaking the bank. We believe that everyone should have access to the best funeral services, so we are working hard to provide many options for our customers.
You can hand-pick the features and services that will match the requirements of your family. For example, you might choose a traditional funeral service and incorporate religious or family traditions as desired.
One reason you will be satisfied with our services is that we focus on custom solutions for every person. We know that the traditional plan of a viewing, funeral, and graveside service isn’t always the right option. So, we will guide you through the many services, helping you to pick everything from the casket to the funeral flowers.
You deserve individual, custom services to ensure that the funeral is the best way for your family to say goodbye. Our commitment to excellence offers undivided attention and top-notch care for every family. Contact us if you need to plan an upcoming service, or if you would like to pre-arrange a funeral for yourself.
Common Services for a Traditional Funeral
What elements should be included if you want to plan a traditional funeral? You can discuss these preferences with your family, then talk to our team for more information. We will handle the logistics to make it a stress-free day. Instead of worrying about the tasks that need to be handled on the day of the funeral, you can focus your time and efforts on the needs of your family.
Before the funeral, you can pick the services that match your preferences. These are common elements that are often included in a funeral plan:
- Viewing: Also referred to as a visitation or wake, this meeting is an opportunity for family members to meet in a private setting with the casket. You can have a closed-casket viewing, or a traditional open-casket so that the family can see the body.
- Funeral: The funeral is often the largest, central gathering to say goodbye. This meeting can be held in our funeral home, or you can schedule a church or even plan it in your home. The ceremony and program can be designed based on your preferences. Often, it includes music, talks, memories, and religious or Veteran services if desired.
- Graveside: Before the body is lowered into the ground, it is common for the family to gather around the graveside. We can setup the area and ensure that you have a nice service in the cemetery.
- Direct Burial: Some families don’t desire to have a viewing and funeral. Instead, a direct burial is a way to eliminate the need for a public service.
Our goal is to customize your plan in any way that you see fit. We offer a variety of alternate services, such as a Celebration of Life or cremation. Talk to us to learn more about the services that are offered, so that you can plan the perfect funeral for your needs. We always provide a listening ear and the loving respect that you deserve during this difficult time.
Pre-Planning a Funeral for Yourself
Are you worried about the burden that will be on your family if they need to plan a funeral after you are gone? It can be difficult for family members to agree on the details of the funeral services. Many people also find it a burden to pay for the cost of the funeral. Not only will your family be going through the difficult experience of saying goodbye, but they will also need to plan a gathering for remembrance and closure.
Instead of leaving this responsibility on the shoulders of the people that you love, consider the benefits of planning funeral services for yourself. You will have a say in the details that are incorporated into the event. Plus, you can pay in advance to avoid an increase in costs in the future.
If you are looking for the best, affordable funeral home in Oregon, OH, then you need to talk to us here at Habegger Funeral Services. You are invited to visit our funeral home at 2001 Consaul St, Toledo, OH 43605. Or, call to schedule a consultation: (419) 214-2622
Funeral & Cremation FAQs
What to look for when choosing a cremation service?
Look for a business that has been working for years in the region. You want to hire a service that knows the area and that works locally, since this can mean that the services are of high quality. The longer the company has been working there, the more experience they also have dealing with third party companies that you may also want to use for different things, like flowers or catering. Learn more.
What is interment?
Interment means that you’ll bury or entomb your loved one’s cremated remains. This can be in the family plot, a memorial site, a cremation niche or urn garden, or in a variety of other indoor and outdoor locations. Ask our staff for a detailed list of interment possibilities.
What is an immediate burial?
Immediate Burial means that your loved one’s physical remains will be buried or entombed without a public service or gathering. Learn more about burials here.