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Our business office is located in beautiful Costa Mesa, California in the South Coast Metro area.  We are proud to offer our services to Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Santa Ana and all of Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.  Our goal is to provide a meaningful funeral experience at an affordable cost.
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$795 SIMPLE CREMATION SPECIAL
~ Bring the deceased into our care
~Refrigeration while in our care
~File Death Certificate with State
~File California Permit For Disposition
~Cremation process
~Returned in durable plastic urn

$2880 GRAVESIDE SERVICE
~Bring the deceased into our care
~Refrigeration while in our care
~File Death Certificate with State
~File California Permit For Disposition
~Dresssing and Casketing of Deceased
~Transportation to cemetery
~Graveside service

$2195 VETERANS BURIAL SPECIAL
~Bring the deceased into our care
~Refrigeration while in our care
~File Death Certificate with State
~File California Permit For Disposition
~Unfinished Pine Casket
~Dressing and Casketing of Deceased
~Transportation to cemetery
~Graveside service

*ALL OF THE ABOVE INCLUDE ONE DEATH CERTIFICATE AND ONE PERMIT

​We have over Fifty years combined of funeral service serving families in Southern California






affordable and dignified cremations, burials, ship outs, ship ins, medical dontations, cremation jewelry, dna preservation, tatoo preservation
affordable cremations in orange county california
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South Coast Family Funeral Services
1041 W. 18th Street Suite A-209
Costa Mesa, CA  92627
1.888.607.0772
www.SouthCoastFunerals.Com
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Many times when making funeral arrangements there are questions about funeral expenses, how to plan a funeral, the cost of cremation, memorial service ideas and the choice of mortuary or mortuaries. A licensed funeral director will be able to help you with funeral cost, the selection of a casket, urn, cemetery and funeral flower arrangements. The funeral home can offer funeral planning, green burial, natural burial, burial vaults, a memorial with dignity, embalming and the use of a hearse. Funeral homes will have a choice of cremation urns, which are urns for human ashes, and keepsake urns, which holds a smaller amount of cremated remains. What is the average cost of a funeral and how much does a cremation cost are commonly asked questions. They are influenced by casket prices, the cremation services you select, and the city and county you are located in. Our General Price List is available freely on this page. Please call or email for more information.





Our mission is to serve the community by providing meaningful funeral experiences at a reasonable cost. From traditional services to simple arrangements, we strive to accommodate your needs with dignity and compassion.Locally owned and operated with over fifty years of combined experience. Contact us anytime. We're here to help you.
Grave Monuments | Head Stones | Benches
 Flat Granite Starting at $395
Choice of Two Colors
Four Lines of Inscription
28 X 16 X 3
Refurbishing of Markers
Starting at $225
grave monuments in oxford gray.  one of the two colors we offer on our $395 grave marker special
black granite is one of two colors we offer with our $395 grave marker special
grave monument at affordable prices as well as cremation and funerals
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  Harbor Lawn-Mt. Olive Memorial Park & Mortuary, Good Shepherd, Holy Sepulcher, Ascension Cemetery, El Toro Memorial Park, Fairhaven, Magnolia Cemetery, Pacific View Memorial Park,Westminster Memorial Park, Loma Vista, Memory Gardens, Santa Ana Cemetery, All Souls, Forest Lawn Cypress, Forest Lawn Long Beach, Holy Cross, Rose Hills Memorial Park, Home Of Peace, Calvary Memorial Park, Hillside Memorial Park
$795  simple cremation $2195 veterans burial special $2880 graveside service
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The Talk Of A Lifetime

by South Coast Family Funeral Services on 06/12/17

WHY I DECIDED TO HAVE THE TALK OF A LIFETIME® WITH MY MOM

May 30, 2017 Have the Talk of a Lifetime posted by Sarah Loghry

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As I’ve gotten older, I have realized that there are a lot of things about my extended family that I don’t know. Being the oldest child of my grandparents’ youngest daughter and the fifth of seven grandkids leaves a lot of room for little family facts to slip by. Just this weekend, I finally learned how I was related to someone I have heard about my entire life. Before then, I never fully understood why we planted flowers at their gravesite each Memorial Day.

As these little bits of information come out about people in my life, I’ve realized that I didn’t know many details about my mom and dad’s lives before I was born. I’ve heard a few college stories here and there and stories with messages in them that pertain to my current stage of life, but I didn’t feel like I knew who they were.

Luckily, with a little convincing and the promise of taking her out to lunch, my mom agreed to participate in Homesteaders’ brand-new video series based on the Have the Talk of a Lifetime®campaign from the Funeral and Memorial Information Council (FAMIC).

Through their consumer awareness campaign, FAMIC provides resources to funeral professionals to help community members from all over the country sit down with their families and talk. With a tagline like, “Life. There’s a lot to talk about,” it’s no wonder their resources are bringing families together from all walks of life.

For this video series, we focused on FAMIC’s Have the Talk of a Lifetime® conversation card deck, which features 50 thought-inspiring questions aimed at getting to the heart of life’s most meaningful experiences. My mom and I had the chance to answer the question, “What event(s) in our nation’s history had an impact on you and how?” My mom’s immediate answer surprised me. She said that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, impacted her the most. She discussed how she found out about the attacks and how the aftermath affected our family when we traveled to Disney World three months later.

Since I was in elementary school when it happened, I didn’t truly understand the event until I was much older. Even so, we had never talked about why that moment in American history had impacted both of us so much. I had no idea that there was a reason that Disney World was so empty or that my dad, who works in safety and security, was on high alert during the entire vacation.

My mom is a strong lady. Not much can rattle her or my dad. However, one thing that she said during the video will stick with me: “That day, I just needed everyone to be close.”

Since starting this project, my parents and I have taken on a few other questions from the deck as well. I feel as though I’m learning more about who they are as people, instead of just as parents. Since I started at Homesteaders, I have been much more open to discussing end-of-life wishes with my family, and these cards are just an extension of learning about how my parents want to be remembered when they’re gone.

The first of our Have the Talk of a Lifetime® videos is live today on our website. Make sure to bookmark that page and check back often, because we will be releasing a new video with a new question once a month. The newest video featuring my coworker, Danielle, and her dad is a must see, and you’ll be able to watch the video with my mom and I when it premieres at the end of July.

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$2195 Veterans Special

by South Coast Family Funeral Services on 06/10/17

$2195 Veterans Special

Includes:
Bringing your loved one into our care
Acquiring the necessary permits and death certificates
Dressing and casketing of deceased
Overseeing graveside funeral service
Choice of 20 GA casket in six different colors
Transportation to cemetery