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Charles W Smith & Sons Funeral

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Charles W. Smith and Sons Funeral Home, Sachse, McKinney, Princeton and Eastgate Funeral Home. Our experienced and compassionate staff of funeral directors help families celebrate life with dignity and respect.

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Basic Services of the Director, Staff, and Overhead $2,195
Use of Facilities and Staff for Viewing/Visitation $325
Use of Facilities and Staff for Funeral Ceremony $635
Use of Facilities and Staff for Memorial Service $635
Use of Equipment and Staff for Graveside Service $395
Transfer of Remains to Funeral Home (First Call) $395
Use of a Funeral Coach (Hearse) $325
Use of a Family Car (Limousine) $325
Direct Burial $2,985
Direct Cremation $1,495
Receiving Remains from Another Funeral Home $3,550
Forwarding Remains to Another Funeral Home $3,655
Embalming $670
Crematory Fee $300

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Everything CSFH touched, including my granny herself, went wrong. It is also important to note that she was a longtime friend of Charles Smith, attending church together for 20+yrs. She was friends with one of the FH employees, who requested to service her funeral. My granny trusted this FH & trusted her friends within it. Andy Ortiz was our funeral director The cemetery was approx 30mins from FH, so we paid for an escort for precession. Viewing: Granny had been in the hospital for months prior to passing & while she looked sick in the hospital, she still looked like HER. The makeup Andy used was so dark it made her look like a different nationality. She looked nothing like she did when she passed away days before. Her dentures that we requested be put in looked as if they were forcefully shoved in & her mouth looked stretched. Rather than spending this time grieving w/ family, my mom stood at the door to warn everyone entering of what to expect Service: Andy talked outside throughout the service. Immediately after, he came up to tell us that the escort was a no-show. Turns out, they never rcvd Andy's fax. Andy never faxed the request. The precession was a free-for-all We get to cemetery & the vault had the wrong middle name. Not even close to her real name. Andy pointed the finger at the cemetery but the cemetery was able to prove that Andy gave them the wrong name. He cowered behind a tree while calling his supervisor. Our options were have them fix the name there, or order a new vault, which wouldn't be in until the following Mon & she would have to go back under the “care” of CSFH. We made it very clear that she was NOT going back w/ them. The name got somewhat corrected I had a chance to ask Andy why she looked so different. He said that due to the "laceration" he had to apply heavy makeup. Turns out sometime during transit, she received an "L-shaped half-dollar size laceration to her forehead". We still have not received an answer as to how it happened. They took away a peaceful goodbye for my family

Katie T.

Jun 15, 2021

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