Guide to Funeral Directors in Pasadena

Pasadena, one of the first cities to be incorporated in Los Angeles County, California, has an estimated population in excess of 140,000.

There are four listed funeral homes in Pasadena, serving bereaved families across the area. Two of these are within five miles of the city center.

Pasadena has three crematoriums, and around ten cemeteries and memorial parks, including: Mountain View Cemetery on North Fair Oaks Avenue, and Forest Lawn Memorial Park on South Glendale Avenue.

Notable churches and further places of worship in the city comprise, among others: St. Andrew's Catholic Church on North Raymond Avenue, All Saints Episcopal Church on North Euclid Avenue, Pasadena Jewish Temple on North Altadena Drive, Pasadena Shiva Temple on North Lotus Avenue, and Masjid Al-Taqwa Mosque on Lake Avenue.

There are certain state laws, applicable in the event of death, which it is sensible to be aware of. Many of the funeral homes in Pasadena will be able to supply you with further information should you want it. The regulations ask that a death is recorded by the local registrar within eight days of death. Embalming is required if the burial or cremation is not to take place within 24 hours. Burial must be carried out in an official cemetery, and there are firm restrictions concerning where ashes may be scattered.

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