Funeral Service Options in Quesnel
At Clayton’s Funeral Directors in Quesnel, we will make every effort to provide you with all the relevant information we can, as well as the specific costs for each of the services you choose. It is our goal that you feel confident about the choices you make here and satisfied that you have been well served.
Itemized General Price List
Care and Custody of Deceased
This fee includes, but is not limited to, licenses, utilities and business expenses necessary to serve the public in a professional manner. Also included in this charge is our professional fee for consultation with the family, clerical and administrative services; consultation with clergy, cemetery, crematory or common carrier; assistance with insurance papers; planning the funeral or memorial service and placement of obituary notices, documents and filing; transportation of deceased to funeral home; sheltering and refrigeration (up to three days). There will be additional charges for the direction and supervision of each service as requested or required and other services or items as selected.
Embalming is a chemical process, which provides temporary preservation of the body, eliminates certain health hazards and delays certain potentially unpleasant biological processes. A person licensed by this province must complete this procedure. Except in certain special cases, the law does not require embalming. Embalming may be necessary, however, if you select certain funeral arrangements, such as a funeral with a viewing when it has been 72 hours since the death occurred. If you do not want embalming, you have the right to choose an arrangement that does not require it, such as direct cremation or direct burial.
The ID viewing is a short-term (maximum 15 minutes) visitation for the immediate family only to see their loved one in a comfortable and dignified setting prior to final disposition. The person is prepared to look their best appearance possible and will be dressed if clothing is available. The ID viewing takes place in our chapel in comfort and privacy, with the deceased present on an adjustable bed with seating close by for loved ones to visit and support one another.
* Please allow 1.5 hours minimum preparation time prior to scheduling an ID Viewing.
Cosmetics, bathing $210.00
Sheltering and/or refrigeration per day
(average is 3 days for sheltering and/or refrigeration) $77.00
Services and Other Charges
Removal and transfer of remains $297.00
Documents and Filing $461.00
Limo - pallbearers and/or family $248.00
Utility Vehicle $128.00
Staff for visitation (includes our facility) $343.00
*Additional days each (includes our facility) $288.00
Staff for service $550.00
Use of our chapel for service $564.00
Funeral staff at graveside $359.00
Cremation fee $738.00
Witness cremation $250.00
Merchandise and Supplemental Services
Slide show (up to 100 pictures) $272.00
Audio/visual equipment rental (offsite) $169.00
Memorial folders Large (First 100) $200.00
Memorial Folders Small (First 100) $180.00
Guest book $80.00
Acknowledgement cards (25) $20.00
Preparation and mailing of cremains (US & CAD) $25.00 + cost
Flowers at cost
Hairdresser (if required) at Cost
Casket Selection Price Ranges
Adult caskets $1,015.00 to $15,000.00
Cremation urns $125.00 to $1,600.00
Outer burial containers (vaults) $900.00 to $3,199.00
Alternative cremation containers $225.00 to $1,900.00
Rental casket (cremations) $1,015.00
*More merchandise, such as keepsake urns and jewelry is also available.
The Memorial Package
- Memorial folders(100) $200.00
- Guest book $80.00
- Acknowledgement cards $20.00
- Total $300.00
- You save $55.00
We offer many different styles and prices of caskets, as well as an alternative container, from which to select. Since many caskets that seem similar in appearance may differ greatly in quality and construction, we offer the following to assist you in making an informed decision.
Protective: Caskets designed by the manufacturer to resist the entrance of air, water and other outside elements. They may be constructed of varying gauges of steel, copper or bronze. "There is no scientific evidence that any casket with a sealing device will preserve human remains."
Non-protective: These caskets are not designed by the manufacturer to resist the entrance of air, water or other outside elements. They may be constructed of metal, hardwood, or wood products covered with fabric.
The only warranty on the casket or any merchandise sold in connection with this service is the express warranty, if any, granted by the manufacturer.