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46530 Romeo Plank Rd, Macomb, MI 48044
Macomb, MI 48044

Lee-Ellena Funeral Home has been offering funeral services and cremation in Macomb since 2008. Owner Sarah E. Lee, who firmly believes that every life is worth celebrating, is a licensed mortuary professional and a certified funeral celebrant. She is supported by a team that is committed to providing funeral ceremonies that are fitting memorials to the deceased. Lee-Ellena Funeral Home offers bereaved families full service, from the funeral or memorial service to burials or cremations.

46530 Romeo Plank Rd, Macomb, MI 48044
Macomb, MI 48044

Website(586) 412-8999

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Do funeral homes rent caskets?
A: Many funeral homes offer casket rentals. Renting a casket can be beneficial due to the fact that the cost is significantly lower than purchasing, with an average rate of $500. Renting a casket is also an environmentally friendly option, as the casket is used multiple times, which helps conserve materials and resources.
Q: How much do urns cost at funeral homes?
A: Urns purchased at funeral homes range in price from $50 to $1,000 or more, depending on the size and material of the urn. Materials include biodegradable cardboard, marble, brass, and cedar. Wood and stone urns are generally higher in price than cardboard and biodegradable material options.

Q: How can one invest in funeral homes?
A: One can invest in funeral homes by purchasing funeral home stocks or by investing directly in local funeral homes. It's important for potential investors to consult with the National Funeral Directors Association to learn about current market trends and the financial situations of local funeral facilities.

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