Guide to Funeral Directors in Brooklyn
Brooklyn has the largest population of New York’s five boroughs, with at least 73 funeral directors serving its diverse community of 2.6 million people. When the time has arrived for you to find the right funeral home, it's important to know where to start and to understand which funeral homes in Brooklyn will meet your needs.
Many funeral homes in Brooklyn provide services for a variety of religions, while others will specialize in funeral services for specific faiths. Choosing a funeral home which can accommodate your needs and fulfill your wishes, from service to burial or cremation, is important at such a difficult time.
Brooklyn has over 75 synagogues and 400 Christian churches of various denominations. If you or your loved one is not of any particular religious background, then many Brooklyn funeral homes, can provide a non-religious service to suit your needs. There are approximately six crematoriums located within Brooklyn, for those considering a funeral based around a cremation service.
Choosing a final resting place for your loved one is an important consideration and there are approximately 13 cemeteries in Brooklyn to choose from. For those of the Catholic faith, Most Holy Trinity, located on Central Avenue, is a popular choice. For those of other denominations, or of no particular religious faith, Old Gravesend Cemetery, located at Gravesend Neck Road and McDonald Avenue in Gravesend as well as Washington Cemetery, located in Mapleton, are popular choices for a final resting place.
Search by area or ZIP code now to find local funeral homes in Brooklyn near you. Order search results by best rated, most reviewed or nearest to quickly and easily compare Brooklyn funeral homes. Click on a funeral home’s profile to read customer reviews, learn more about the services they provide, and get in touch to begin making funeral arrangements for your loved one.