Odessa, the seat of Ector County, Texas, has a population of region of 111,000 people. and is the primary city in the Odessa Metropolitan area.
There are four funeral homes in Odessa, serving the needs of the local community. Two of these funeral homes are located closer than five miles to the city center.
There are two crematoriums in Odessa, and three cemeteries and memorial parks located across the area, including: Ector County Cemetery on South Dixie Boulevard, American Heritage Cemetery on Highway 349, and Sunset Memorial Gardens on East Business 20.
Odessa provides a number of places of worship, counting among others: St Joseph's Catholic Church on S Dixie Boulevard, First Baptist Church on North Lee Avenue, and Temple Beth-El on North Grandview Avenue.
In Texas, a death certificate should be filed with the registrar within ten days following a death. A body must be embalmed, refrigerated or placed in an approved sealed container, if the cremation or burial does not take place within 24 hours of someone’s death.You may scatter ashes over uninhabited public land provided you act responsibly, or your own private property, if you wish. Most funeral homes in Odessa will be able to provide advice regarding state regulations.
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