Edison, in Middlesex County, makes up part of the New York City metropolitan area in New Jersey. It is the fifth most city in New Jersey, with an estimated 98,000 residents.
There are several funeral homes in Edison, affording bereaved families a wide choice. The city has several crematoriums, and there are 18 cemeteries and memorial gardens, historical and operational, located throughout the area, including Mount Lebanon Cemetery on Gill Lane, Hillside Cemetery on Woodland Avenue, and Resurrection Cemetery on East Lincoln Avenue.
Edison has a broad range of places of worship, counting among others Oak Tree Presbyterian Church on Plainfield Road, St Helena Roman Catholic Church on Grove Avenue, Temple Emanu-El-Reform on James Street, Masjid Al-Wali mosque on Olsen Avenue, and Shri Krishna Vrundavana on May Street.
The laws of New Jersey call for a death certificate to be registered within five days at the local registrar. Laws regarding embalming are less strict in New Jersey than in other states and there are no specific restrictions applicable to the scattering or keeping of ashes.
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