Funeral Home Directory

Overview

Published: 03/30/2010

by Funeral Home Resource Team

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A funeral home directory may sound strange to some people, but when you consider the fact we look for doctors, schools and lawyers in directories, it’s really not that different. In our oftentimes transient society, where people move far from where they grew up, we often do not know the local funeral homes or pay much attention to them- until the need arises, that is.

Funeral home directories exist far beyond your local yellow pages. In fact, with more and more cities across the country having eliminated their printed directories, an online funeral home directory is often your only choice in finding a local funeral home. One thing to keep in mind is that the quality (and number of listed funeral homes) in these funeral home directories can vary widely.

Finding a funeral home directory does not have to be a labor intensive process. The best directories will have listings in nearly every city and town in the United States. You need to make sure the listings have contact information. It should not matter if you are looking for a funeral home in Texas, a funeral home in California or a funeral home in Florida. Be wary of sites that promote funeral flowers or car rentals on their site, as that is how they make money, and their results can, at times, be jaded or limited to certain funeral care and mortuary providers. In addition, a reputable funeral home directory will offer resources and articles for consumers at no cost. These will offer basic and sometimes detailed information on planning a funeral and various funeral related topics.

Funeral Home Resource offers a comprehensive, nationwide funeral home directory, in addition to articles and resources for consumers- all at no charge and with no paid advertisements cluttering the page and distracting you from your search. With over 37,000 funeral home listings- covering all 50 states- it is the most detailed funeral home directory online.