Guide to Funeral Directors in Lubbock

Lubbock, the county seat of Lubbock County in the north west of Texas, is the 11th largest city in the state, with a population of 240,000.

There are around seven funeral homes in Lubbock, well distributed around the city. Six of the funeral homes in Lubbock are within five miles of the downtown area.

There are presently three crematoriums in Lubbock, as well as three cemeteries and memorial gardens, including the City of Lubbock Cemetery on East 31st Street, and Resthaven Cemetery on Frankfort Avenue.

Prominent places of worship in Lubbock include, among others, the First Baptist Church on Broadway, Trinity Church on Canton Avenue, Congregation Shaareth Israel on 83rd Street, the Islamic Center of Lubbock on La Salle Avenue, and the Hindu Temple of Lubbock on 84th Street.

According to Texas state law, a death certificate must be filed with the registrar inside of 10 days following a death. Your loved one must be embalmed or refrigerated if the cremation or burial is not undertaken within 24 hours. You may scatter ashes over uninhabited public land or on your own private property.

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