Guide to Funeral Directors in Plano
Plano, located largely within Collin County, and part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, is a city in Texas. With a population in excess of 274,000 it is the ninth most populous city in the state.
There are currently four funeral homes in Plano, providing choice and ease of access.
There are around ten crematoriums in the area, and the city has upwards of seven cemeteries, including: Rowlett Creek Cemetery on Rowlett Cemetery Road, Decatur-Maxwell-Murphy Cemetery on N Murphy Road, and Old Plano Cemetery on H Avenue.
Prominent places of worship include Christ United Methodist Church on Coit Road, First United Methodist Church on East Spring Creek Parkway, Congregation Anshai Torah on Parker Road, Noori Masjid Mosque on Shiloh Road, and Sri Lakshmi Ganapathi Temple on West Spring Creek Parkway.
Texas state law calls for a death certificate to be filed with the registrar within ten days. Embalming is necessary in the event of burial not occurring within 24 hours. There is no law stipulating burial must take place in an established cemetery; burial on private land may be arranged. There are also no specific restrictions governing where ashes may be scattered. Funeral homes in Plano will be able to advise you further regarding these regulations.
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