Guide to Funeral Directors in Vancouver

Vancouver, on the north bank of the Columbia River, is the county seat of Clark County, Washington. Part of the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area, it is the fourth biggest city in the state with an estimated population of 167,000.

There are approximately three funeral homes in Vancouver serving residents, all of which are within an easy five miles of the center.

Vancouver has upwards of five crematoriums operating across the city and surrounding area, some of which have associated memorial gardens. The city has around nine cemeteries and memorial gardens, including Park Hill Cemetery on Mill Plain Boulevard, Wilson Bridge Cemetery on 72nd Avenue, and Brush Prairie Cemetery on 113th Street.

Places of worship in Vancouver include St Joseph Catholic Church on South Andresen Road, Columbia Presbyterian Church on St Helens Avenue, and Congregation Kol Ami on 119th Street.

Washington law requires a death to be registered with the local registrar within three days. In Washington, embalming or refrigeration is a requirement until the time of the burial or cremation. Most funeral homes in Vancouver will be able to provide help and advice regarding state requirements.

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