Thank you for visiting  SIMPLICITY : Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services Inc.  At SIMPLICITY, we are a funeral home, but not a traditional funeral home.  What we mean by that is that we have all the same services and options available.  We just don’t charge the same price as a traditional funeral home does.  Many times our service options far exceed that of a traditional funeral home.  Simply put, we are a cost effective solution to a traditional funeral home.

Jim Dobbins, founder and owner of SIMPLICITY, started these funeral homes because he knows the value of a dollar and believes that families should not have to pay high prices to receive the very best care in their time of need.  In order to ensure substantial savings for families, he established welcoming facilities with all the amenities of a traditional funeral home, but left out the excessive overhead, expensive new cars and large staff in order to pass savings along to families of the Lowcountry.

Jim is a licensed funeral director/embalmer in multiple states including South Carolina.  He brings 17 years of funeral service experience, knowledge and skill to his profession and proudly calls the Lowcountry his home.  Although not a Southerner by birth, he contends he got here as fast as he could.  Along with his wife, Miranda (who also comes from a family of funeral directors), and their knowledgable staff, they welcome you to look further into the options and services offered by SIMPLICITY.

  • Services rendered by SIMPLICITY can include the most simple, direct cremation through a full traditional burial.
  • Many funeral homes will say they can offer you similar service to fit your budget. We actually guarantee it!
  • Although it may sound unusual, bring us the competitor’s published price list and we will not only match it, but take an extra 5% off of their quote. 
“When my father passed, my first call was to Jim Dobbins. He understands not only what people need when they are grieving and planning a funeral, but he does his best to make sure they get what they want. He believes that everyone should be able to say goodbye to their loved ones in a way that honors without bankrupting the family.”  Susan Kleckley, Charleston SC