Guide to Funeral Directors in Tallahassee
Tallahassee, the county seat of Leon County, has been the capital of Florida since 1824. It has a population of 186,000, making it the largest city in Northwest Florida.
There are around seven funeral homes in Tallahassee and most of these can be found within five miles of the city center. The excellent distribution of funeral homes in Tallahassee will mean clients have ease of access and variety of choice.
Tallahassee has three crematoriums within easy reach of the city centre, some of which incorporate funeral homes on their premises. There are in the region of 14 cemeteries and memorial gardens within 20 miles of the city center including: Tallahassee National Cemetery on Apalachee Parkway, and Concord Cemetery on Perritt Road.
Tallahassee has a wide variety of places of worship, counting among others: Good Shepherd Catholic Church on Thomasville Road, North Florida Baptist Church on North Meridian Road, Tikvat Ami Messianic Synagogue on West Tennessee Street, and the Islamic Center of Tallahassee on Old Bainbridge Road.
Florida State law requires a death to be registered within five days with the local registrar. Moreover if the burial or cremation is not to be completed within 24 hours it is necessary to embalm or refrigerate the person that has died. There are no state laws, however, which restrict the scattering of ashes.
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