Guide to Funeral Directors in Greensboro

Greensboro, the county seat and largest city in Guilford County, North Carolina, is the third-largest city in the state, with a population estimated to be in excess of 280,000.

There are currently seven funeral homes in Greensboro, located around the city. Five of the funeral homes in Greensboro are located closer than five miles to the city center.

There are approximately seven crematoriums in the city, and it has 13 cemeteries and memorial gardens including Green Hill Cemetery on Wharton Street, Forest Lawn Cemetery on Forest Lawn Drive, and the Muslim Cemetery on Graystone Court.

Prominent places of worship include the United Methodist Church on West Market Street, Saint Pius X Catholic Church on North Elm Street, Temple Emanuel on Jefferson Road, the Islamic Center of Greensboro on 16th Street, and the Hindu Society on Huffine Mill Road.

North Carolina state law requires that a death certificate is filed at the local registrar with five days. There is no requirement that burial must take place in an established cemetery, although county clerks should be consulted for local restrictions. Embalming is not an obligatory requirement in this state. Scattering ashes is unrestricted, although the landowner’s permission should be sought.

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