Guide to Funeral Directors in Ontario

Ontario, 34 miles east of Los Angeles in San Bernardino County, California, is part of the Greater Los Angeles Area. The city has a population of around 168,000, making it the county’s fourth largest city.

There are four funeral homes in Ontario, all of which are easily located within five miles of the center of the city.

Ontario currently has three crematoriums, and it has about six cemeteries and memorial parks in the immediate surrounding area, including Oak Park Cemetery on Sycamore Avenue, Claremont, Pomona Cemetery on East Franklin Avenue, Pomona, and Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery on East Lexington Avenue, Pomona.

Noteworthy places of worship in Ontario include St. George Catholic Church on North Palm Avenue, Mount Zion Baptist Church on West California Street, Temple Sholom of Ontario on West 6th Street, the Islamic Center of Ontario on West Phillips Street, and Nithyanandeshwara Hindu Temple on Central Avenue, Montclair.

In Californian state law the regulations call for a death to be recorded by the local registrar within eight days. Embalmed or refrigeration is also a requirement if the burial or cremation does not take place within a day of death. An established cemetery must be used for the burial, and there are robust restrictions concerning where ashes may be scattered.

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