1782 obituaries since August 2021
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Angier, North Carolina
Age 60 – Died 06/07/2023
Desmond Wayne Johnson 60, of Angier, gained his wings on June 7,2023. He was preceded in death by his mother, Helen Hare, his brother Timmy Hare and a special nephew, Wade Moore. He is survived by his sisters, Delores Bebber and husband Donald, Connie Turner, and Rebecca Robin...
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Age 33 – Died 06/06/2023
Monica Antonucci - also known as Tristin - was liked by all and had a magnetic personality. She made friends wherever she went, and had many friends in both Asheville and Durham, NC. Everyone who met her was immediately captivated by her kind spirit and wonderfully witty sense of...
Raleigh, North Carolina
Age 89 – Died 06/06/2023
Maggie Baker Farris, age 89, went home to be with Jesus on June 6, 2023. Maggie was born in Fairfax County, VA, on February 6, 1934, to Jesse and Vessie Baker. She graduated from Bramwell High School, Bramwell, WV, in 1952. She went on to marry Bobby Lee Farris and spent 22 yea...
Durham, North Carolina
Age 56 – Died 06/06/2023
Mary Julia Melie died on June 6, 2023 following a short battle with cancer. Mary was born in Wilmington, DE on August 9, 1966. She attended Mount Pleasant High School (Wilmington, DE) and the Culinary Institute of America (CIA, NY). Chef Mary worked in restaurants in Pennsylvan...
Raleigh, North Carolina
Age 84 – Died 06/04/2023
Mary Nell Young passed away at 84 in Raleigh, NC in the care of Val’s Place nursing home on June 4, 2023. She was born on April 7, 1939 in Monroe, Louisiana and grew up in West Monroe and graduated from West Monroe High School. Earning degrees from ULM in Liberal Arts and from L...
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Just like all other licensed funeral homes in North Carolina, City of Oaks Cremation, LLC is regulated by the NC Board of Funeral Service.
The same laws that apply to the big corporate funeral homes also apply to the modest independently owned firms like ours. All crematories in North Carolina, regardless of who owns them, are inspected annually by the state and must adhere to the same rules and laws.
We're committed to providing families within our community unsurpassed service before, during and after the time of loss.
Our staff will provide clear communication to your family through each step as we move forward from the original phone call notifying us of a death to the time we deliver the urn back to your family. We will treat your family with the utmost respect, as we honor the wishes of your loved one.
We promise to make this process affordable and as endurable as possible.
Our Funeral Home is located in Wake County NC; however, we provide our services to families throughout the entire State.
Unlike other funeral homes, we don't charge an additional mileage fee. Regardless of what county you live in, we can help your family with making simple, affordable funeral arrangements. From Asheville to Wilmington, we're proud to help families statewide.
Nobody likes surprise costs added in at the last minute. We guarantee you will not find any hidden charges here. We include everything you need for a simple or direct cremation. Simple, affordable and reliable. We have not changed the cost of our direct cremation service since we opened City of Oaks in 2012.
City of Oaks Funeral Home and Cremation provides an affordable cremation option with onsite visitation. Nobody likes surprise costs added in at the last minute. We guarantee you will not find any hidden charges here. Simple, affordable and reliable.
An immediate burial has the same end result as a traditional burial; however, we have eliminated the extra (sometimes unnecessary) services prior to getting to the cemetery. Not everyone wants an open casket for viewing or a limousine for the family. Despite the term immediate, we can move as fast as you need or as slow as you like. This option simply allows you to save money by eliminating some of the fancy extras at the funeral home.
We offer the same traditional funeral services as the big corporately owned funeral homes in the area; however, we cost about half the amount. You might consider a traditional funeral service if your family is looking for an open casket visitation, a traditional church service or a funeral service in the funeral home's chapel. A traditional funeral service can be altered to fit the needs of your family.
This establishment is one of a select number of funeral homes who meet the criteria for providing green funeral service by the Green Burial Council; a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization working to encourage environmentally sustainability in the field of funeral service. Our Green options allow for a funeral to take place without the use of toxic and non-biodegradable materials/chemicals.
As an alternative to traditional cremation, City of Oaks Funeral Home also offers Aquamation. The Aquamation process, often referred to as alkaline hydrolysis, uses a solution of water and potassium hydroxide to facilitate natural decomposition.