Guide to Funeral Directors in Naperville

Naperville, in DuPage and Will counties, Illinois, is a suburb of Chicago. It is the fifth largest city in the state, with a population in excess of 146,000.

There are currently around three funeral homes in Naperville serving bereaved families across the city, all of which are less than five miles distant from the city center.

Naperville has several crematoriums, as well as eleven cemeteries and memorial gardens around the city, including Sts Peter and Paul Cemetery on North Columbia Avenue, Wheatland Township Cemetery on 104th Street, and Lisle Cemetery on Ogden Avenue.

There are a number of prominent churches and places of worship in Naperville, including Highpoint Church on High Point Drive, Grace United Methodist Church on East Gartner Road, Congregation Beth Shalom on West 5th Avenue, ISKCON Temple on McDowell Road, and the Islamic Center of Naperville on Ogden Avenue.

Funeral homes in Naperville will be able to advise you of any laws and regulations governing funeral arrangements in Illinois. A death certificate should be filed at the local registrar within seven days of death. There is no obligation for embalming, although many families choose embalming for their loved one. The state allows you to scatter ashes responsibly over private land with the permission of the owner.

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