Killeen, in Bell County, Texas, is the main city in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood Metropolitan Area. It has an estimated population of 138,000.
There are four listed funeral homes in Killeen serving bereaved families within the area; all of these are within five miles of the city center.
Killeen has several crematoriums and cemeteries, including Killeen City Cemetery on East Rancier Avenue, Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery on Highway 195, and Killeen Memorial Park Cemetery on Lake Road.
Notable churches and further places of worship in the city include Christian Life Church on East Trimmier Road, St Joseph Catholic Church on East Rancier Avenue, the Hindu Temple on Midway Drive, and Islamic Community of Greater Killeen on Omar Drive.
There are certain state laws in Texas governing funeral arrangements. A death certificate must be lodged with the local registrar within ten days following a death. Embalming, refrigeration or a sealed casket may be necessary if the cremation or burial is not to be held within 24 hours. You may scatter ashes over any uninhabited public land or on private land with permission. Funeral homes in Killeen will be able to supply you with further information.
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