McAllen, the largest city in Hidalgo County, is located in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas. The city is estimated to have a resident population in excess of 138,000.
There are three funeral homes in McAllen, serving bereaved families within the city limits, all of which are within five miles of the city center.
McAllen has several crematoriums and cemeteries and memorial parks, including: Roselawn Cemetery and Mausoleum on North Main Street, La Piedad Cemetery on Wichita Avenue, and Palm Valley Memorial Gardens on North Sugar Road.
Notable churches and further places of worship in the city comprise, among others: First United Methodist Church on North McColl Road, Sacred Heart Catholic Church on South 15th Street, Temple Emanuel on North Chai Street, and the Islamic Society on North Ware Road.
You should be aware that Texas has a number of state laws governing funerals; many of the funeral homes in McAllen will be able to supply you with further information. A death certificate must be filed inside of ten days following a death. Embalming, refrigeration or a sealed casket is required if the cremation or burial is not to be undertaken within 24 hours. You may freely scatter ashes over uninhabited public land or on your own property.
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