Garland is north east of Dallas in Texas and closely linked to the city. It has a population of around 234,000, as recorded at the last census, making it Texas’s twelfth largest city.
There are around 14 funeral homes in Garland and its outskirts, with at least four within a five mile reach of the center. With such a wide choice of funeral homes in Garland, clients are likely to be able to source an appropriate establishment to suit their needs.
There are four crematoriums in Garland, some of which are connected with integrated funeral homes; and there are five cemeteries, or memorial parks, situated across the region, including Garland Memorial Park on South Garland Avenue, and Sacred Heart Cemetery on Rowlett Road.
Noteworthy places of worship include: First Baptist Church on West Avenue, Central Park Church of God on East Centerville Road, Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue on Belt Line Road, Makkah Masjid mosque on West Buckingham Road, and Shri Ram Mandir Hindu Temple on West Parker Road.
After a death in Texas, a death certificate is required to be filed with the registrar inside of 10 days. The person that has died must be embalmed, or otherwise preserved, if the burial is not undertaken within 24 hours. You may scatter ashes over uninhabited public land or your own private property.
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