The Enterprise-Journal charges for most of the obituaries printed in the newspaper. The cost will be billed to funeral homes, not to individual families.
- The person’s name, age and residence, the date and place of death, the schedule for visitation and funeral services, including officiating ministers and burial plans, and information for memorials or other gifts.
- The person’s date and place of birth, the names of parents, employment, church affiliation and civic affiliations.
- A list of immediate survivors, including parents, spouse, children, stepchildren, siblings and grandchildren. Those relatives preceding in death also can be included.
A standard obituary will cost $40, regardless of length, and will include the following information:
Obituaries with additional information will cost $6 per column inch for the complete notice. There are no restrictions to the information that can be included in these obituaries.
A free obituary is available, but is limited to the person’s name, age and residence, the date and place of death, and the schedule for visitation and funeral services, including officiating ministers and burial plans. There is no charge for publishing a photograph in any obituary.