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|Basic Services of the Director, Staff, and Overhead||$1,750|
|Use of Facilities and Staff for Viewing/Visitation||$650|
|Use of Facilities and Staff for Funeral Ceremony||$650|
|Use of Facilities and Staff for Memorial Service||$650|
|Use of Equipment and Staff for Graveside Service||$350|
|Transfer of Remains to Funeral Home (First Call)||$295|
|Use of a Funeral Coach (Hearse)||$395|
|Use of a Family Car (Limousine)||$495|
|Receiving Remains from Another Funeral Home||$2,395|
|Forwarding Remains to Another Funeral Home||$1,550|
The General Price List we have on file for Baker-Post Funeral Home & Cremation Center has an effective date of June 16, 2016. The prices on our site are for your reference only. We can’t guarantee that the actual prices will be the same as the prices listed on our site. All funeral homes have an effective date on their Price Lists that are subject to change and we recommend that you ask the funeral home for its most recent prices over the phone or for a copy of their General Price List.
“ I would like to comment on Baker-Post Funeral Home's handling of my father's funeral and cremation; in particular, my identification of my father's body in 2016. My oldest daughter accompanied me to the viewing, for emotional support; at no time did I want her to actually see her grandfather's body, as it had been six days since the death. When I arrived Mike Post did not greet us with any compassion, and he did not express any sympathies to me or my daughter on our loss; he simply noted that there would be papers to sign, gestured toward a door, and said, "It's in the back, on the right." I thought by "It" he was referring to an office where we would sign papers before I identified my father in what I believed would be a viewing room. So I walked through the door, with my daughter behind me, and realized that the "it" to which he was referring was my father, who was on a gurney at the back of a large reception room, a few feet from a table on which a coffee maker was brewing coffee for an upcoming event. This was not only a shock, but one of the most disrespectful stagings I can imagine for anyone-- especially for someone who served his country during wartime and who retired as a U.S. Marine Corps Colonel. I would like to express my disappointment, on behalf of my entire family, in Baker -Post's handling of this occasion, as well as several other matters (for example, their decision to not bring floral arrangements that had been sent to the family to the ceremony at Quantico National Cemetery, citing a policy that the number of arrangements at a service were limited-- even though the Cemetery assured us this was NOT the case). Baker-Post made a difficult time more traumatic by simply withholding common decency and respect; I consider this establishment a disgrace to its profession. ”