Guide to Funeral Directors in Mobile

Mobile, in the state of Alabama, is a port city on the Gulf of Mexico. It is the third biggest city in the state with a population of 195,000.

There are upwards of seven funeral homes in Mobile, operating across the city center and the surrounding areas. Three of the funeral homes in Mobile can be found within five miles of the city centre.

There are around twelve cemeteries and memorial parks in the city, some historical and some operational, including the Catholic Cemetery on Cemetery Lane, Church Street Graveyard on South Bayou Street, and Whispering Pines Cemetery on St. Stephens Road.

There are many historically established, as well as more recent, places of worship in Mobile. These include the Trinity Episcopal Church on Dauphin Street, Christ Church Cathedral on South Conception Street, Congregation Sha’arai Shomayim Synagogue on SpringHill Avenue, and Masjid of Al Islam Mosque on Duval Street.

In the state of Alabama the law necessitates that a death certificate be lodged with the appropriate registrar inside five days of death. Embalming is not a requirement, unless your loved one will be moved over state lines. There are no specific laws which prohibit home burial, although most burials will take place in established cemeteries. There are no restrictions on the scattering of ashes.

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