Guide to Funeral Directors in San Bernardino
San Bernardino, situated in the San Bernardino Valley in California, is the county seat of San Bernardino County with a population of 213,000, making it the 17th largest city in California.
There are about 10 funeral homes in San Bernardino. Seven of the funeral homes in San Bernardino are conveniently located inside a five mile radius of the center.
There are around seven crematoriums in San Bernardino and approximately of 15 historic and operational cemeteries and memorial parks including Pioneer Memorial Cemetery on North Sierra Way, San Bernardino City Cemetery on 9th Street, and Our Lady Queen-Peace on East Washington Street.
San Bernardino has many denominations of churches and places of worship, notably St. John’s Episcopal Church on North Arrowhead Avenue, First Presbyterian Church on N D Street, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church on West 17th Street, Emanu El Synagogue on Ford Street, and Almakki Mosque on N Macy Street.
In San Bernardino, state law requires that a death certificate be presented at the registrar before eight days have elapsed after death. The regulations stipulate that embalming or refrigeration must take place if final disposition does not occur within 24 hours. Burial must happen in established cemeteries, and the laws affecting the scattering of ashes are the strictest in America; ask your chosen funeral home for advice regarding scattering ashes.
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