Guide to Funeral Directors in Bellevue

Bellevue has a population of around 136,500 and it is the Seattle area’s third largest city. This community is served by three main funeral homes. As this is a very diverse city, funeral homes in Bellevue are likely to cater for different religious beliefs. Many funeral homes in Bellevue also provide non-religious or Humanist funeral services.

Key churches in the city include Bellevue Presbyterian church, centrally located on Bellevue Way, Foursquare Church on Richards Road and Blue Sky Church on 130th Avenue. There are around six synagogues in this city’s environs, with the main synagogue being Temple B'Nai Torah on NE 4th Street. The city’s mosque, the Islamic Center of Eastside, is to be found on Main Street.

Bellevue is home to several crematoria and cemeteries and the main ones are Cascade Memorial (NE 20th Street), Funeral and Cremation Care Bellevue (36th Street) and Elemental Cremation and Burial (NE 8th Street). All of these are open for new burials, though most of them are closed on Sundays.

Under Washington state law, when a loved one dies, they must be embalmed or refrigerated until their burial or cremation.

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