Your one-time $50 lifetime membership fee can be paid today and you are instantly a member.
Join Today and enjoy the peace of mind that pre-planning brings. Even as a Veteran.
BENEFITS EVEN WHILE TRAVELING With over 100 sister organizations your membership can be easily transferred.

How does the San Diego Memorial Society Work?

When you join we send a membership booklet and other resources including a membership card. Simply complete the Final Planning Booklet and and then contact the mortuary of your choice from our list. We suggest you carry the membership card in your wallet.

If you are already facing the death of a loved one you can still sign them up to receive the special pricing."
Just call today 858-391-1267

PLAN 1

Direct Cremation with return of cremains to family or friend.
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PLAN 2

Direct Cremation, with scattering of cremains at sea or delivery to cemetery (local)
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PLAN 3

Immediate Burial, simple casket

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PLAN 4

Traditional Funeral with viewing, casket, full service and Burial.
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PLAN 5

Traditional Funeral with Cremation, viewing, casket, chapel service.
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PLAN 6

Cremation with Memorial Service.

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More about the San Diego Memorial Society

  • San Diego Memorial Society is a nonprofit organization incorporated in 1958 to help members obtain simple, dignified, inexpensive arrangements for cremation or burial.
  • We work with participating mortuaries to provide services to members at low pre-established prices.
  • The Society does not sell insurance or “prepaid burial plans.”
  • We are not a mortuary or a for-profit business.
  • Our orientation is focused on consumer protection and it is led by a volunteer, unpaid Board of Directors elected by the membership.
  • We work with participating mortuaries to provide for basic cremation and burial services at low, fully transparent prices.


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Simple Burial and Cremation Information

History of the "traditional" funeral 

In early America, home funerals were the practice everywhere, and each community had a group of women who came in to help with the "laying out of the dead." Visitation was read more...

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Body & Organ Donation Information

A Final Gift

Death provides many of us with a onetime chance to make a valuable gift to humanity. All major religions approve of body and organ donation for medical and dental teaching, research, and transplants. According to public read more...