Guide to Funeral Directors in Everett

Everett, the seat of Snohomish County, Washington, is the seventh largest city in the state, with an estimated population in excess of 106,000.

There are three funeral homes in Everett with all of these conveniently located inside a five mile radius of the center.

There are several crematoriums in Everett, as well as historic and operational cemeteries and memorial parks including Evergreen Cemetery on Broadway Street, Mount Carmel Cemetery on Fobes Road, and Woodlawn Cemetery on Riverview Road.

Everett has many denominations of churches and places of worship, notably: Trinity Episcopal Church on Hoyt Avenue, First Baptist Church on Pacific Avenue, Temple Beth Or on Lombard Avenue, and the Islamic Center on 84th Street.

There are some state laws governing funerals in Washington; funeral homes in Everett will provide you with further information should you need it. A death should be registered at the local registrar within three days. Embalming may be required if there is significant delay in cremation or burial. In Washington there are no specific laws regulating the scattering of cremated ashes.

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