Guide to Funeral Directors in Clarksville

Clarksville, the seat of Montgomery County in Tennessee, is the principal city in the Clarksville, TN-KY metropolitan area. It is the fifth largest city in the state, with a population estimated to be in excess of 147,000.

There are eight funeral homes in Clarksville. With seven of these closer than five miles from the city center, residents should have no difficulty finding a funeral director to help them organize a loved one’s funeral.

There are several crematoriums situated in the city and seven cemeteries or memorial parks, including: Riverview Cemetery on North Spring Street, Greenwood Cemetery on Greenwood Avenue, and Meriwether Cemetery on Tylertown Road.

For places of worship Clarksville has, among others, the Hilldale Baptist Church on Madison Street, Trinity Episcopal Church on Franklin Street, Kerem Adonai Synagogue on North 2nd Street, and the Islamic Center of Clarksville on Uffelman Drive.

Tennessee state law applies when arranging a funeral in Clarksville. A death certificate needs to be filed at the local registrar within five days of the death. Most burials take place in established cemeteries. There are no laws governing where ashes may be scattered, though it is always advisable to seek the landowner’s permission. Funeral homes in Clarksville will be able to provide you with further information should you require it.

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