Guide to Funeral Directors in Indianapolis

As the capital of Indiana, Indianapolis has a population of roughly 852,000 people. About 20 funeral homes in Indianapolis are located inside the I-465 loop.

Funeral homes in Indianapolis can work with families to make all the necessary arrangements for a service, burial or memorial. They are experienced in helping families deal with grief and can help loved ones remember the deceased in an honorable and affordable way.

Although roughly one-quarter of the population does not identify with a particular church or religious group, the majority of Hoosiers are Protestant. About 18 percent identify as Roman Catholic.

For those making funeral arrangements in Indianapolis, burials must take place in established cemeteries. Ashes after cremation must be placed in a grave, niche or crypt or scattered in a designated area. Once a form documenting the scattering of ashes has been filed with the county recorder, ashes can be scattered in a designated cemetery garden, on private property, on uninhabited public land, or on a waterway.

Funeral services can be arranged with one of the many Indianapolis funeral homes. Many cemeteries including Calvary, Holy Cross and St. Joseph and New Crown Cemeteries, as well as mosques including the Islamic Center of Indianapolis, are available to help with funeral arrangements upon request.

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