Guide to Funeral Directors in Irving
Irving, in Dallas County, Texas has a population in excess of 228,000, making it the thirteenth largest city in Texas.
There are seven listed funeral homes in Irving, serving bereaved families within the city. Six of the funeral homes in Irving are 10 miles or closer from the city center.
Irving has seven crematoriums and six cemeteries and memorial parks including Sowers Cemetery on West Pioneer Drive, Shady Grove Cemetery on Hardrock Road, and Bear Creek Cemetery on Bear Creek Cemetery Road.
The churches and further places of worship in Irving comprise, among others: St Luke’s Catholic Church on South MacArthur Boulevard, First United Methodist Church on West 3rd Street, Congregation Ner Tamid on Hebron Parkway, the Islamic School of Irving on Esters Road, and DFW Hindu Temple on North Britain Road.
In Texas state law, a death certificate must be filed with the registrar before ten days have elapsed following a death. Embalming or refrigeration is a legal requirement if the cremation or burial will not take place within 24 hours of the death. There is no obligation to use a particular casket for a cremation or a burial, however some cemeteries may have certain requirements. You may scatter ashes over uninhabited public land or your own private property if you wish.
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