Guide to Funeral Directors in Tucson

With a population of over 486,000 people, Tucson has grown into a large metropolitan area. Several well-established Tucson funeral homes serve residents of this area.

Most of the funeral homes in Tucson are located just a few blocks away from the main north-south corridor through the city, Interstate 10. The distribution of locations permits easy access for grieving family members and visitors.

Additionally, three crematoria operate within the Tucson area. With at least eight cemeteries currently serving the community, including well known Holy Hope Cemetery and South Lawn Cemetery, people making funeral arrangements benefit from a choice of final resting places for their loved ones.

People of all faiths, as well as those who do not identify with any religion, can all find appropriate funeral arranging services in Tucson. The city is home to five mosques and 12 synagogues, as well as 21 Christian churches. Notable religious centers include St. Augustine Cathedral Church, the Islamic Center of Tucson and Congregation Anshei Israel. Tucson funeral homes will be able to work in conjunction with religious centers to arrange a religious funeral service.

Arizona state law requires embalming if the final disposition will not occur within a day following death. State law requires the timely filing of a death certificate in all cases, within a week of the death. Typically, Arizona funeral directors will prepare and file death certificates.

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