Guide to Funeral Directors in Evansville

Evansville, the seat of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, is the state’s third largest city, with a population of over 120,000. There are at present around 11 funeral homes in Evansville, serving residents across the city center and the surrounding areas.

Evansville has approximately seven cemeteries and memorial parks covering the area, including Oak Hill Cemetery on East Virginia Street, Locust Hill Cemetery on Kratzville Road, and St.Joseph Catholic Cemetery on Mesker Park Drive.

Major places of worship in the city include Crossroads Christian Church on Lincoln Avenue, St Anthony Catholic Church on North First Avenue, Adath B'Nai Israel Temple on Newburgh Road, and the Islamic Center of Evansville on Grimm Road.

The laws of Indiana require that a death certificate is filed with the local health officer. There is no time stipulation on this, unlike other states, but the electronic registry should be a relatively quick process. Unlike most U.S. states, there are no laws in Indiana requiring embalming, though many families still choose embalming for their loved ones. Funeral homes in Evansville will be able to provide further information about these regulations.

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