Many people ask "How do I find a list of funeral homes websites in the United States"? Before recently, the answer wasn't as straight forward since information can be found in all sorts of online destinations - good and bad. We estimate that just over half of the funeral homes that are licensed to operate in the United States have websites, which makes identifying all of your options a tricky one; however there are a few good resources to help you in your search.
1. Funeral Planning Websites
Funerals360 was developed to help you understand your funeral options and find local providers of funeral services and products. In our marketplace, you can find information on ALL funeral homes in each state we officially cover. To see if your state is included, scroll to the footer of our Funeral Home Search page to see a full list of states that are included.
2. Funeral Director Associations
Many funeral homes and funeral professionals belong to professional associations including international organizations, national organizations, state-wide organizations, local organizations, or specialty assocations. Below is a list outlining a number of these associations where you may find a list of their members:
International Funeral Organizations
National Funeral Associations
|National Funeral Directors Association
|National Funeral Directors & Morticians Assoc.
|American Society of Embalmers:
|American Society of Embalmers
|The Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice
|Better Business Bureau
|Cremation Association of North America
|Funeral Service Association of Canada
|Int'l Cemetery, Cremation, & Funeral Assoc.
State Funeral Associations
Speciality Funeral Organizations
|Greek Catholic Union of the USA
|Jewish Funeral Directors of America
|International Order of the Golden Rule
|Preferred Funeral Directors International
|Quaker State Funeral Directors Association
|Selected Independent Funeral Homes
|National Independent Jewish Funeral Directors
|Christian Cremation Society:
|Christian Cremation Society
3. State Governmental Websites
Some states have online tools that help residents look up corporations and see information about the State's funeral or mortuary boards. The sophistication of these online systems vary greatly from one state to the other, but are one of the best ways to verify that a prospective funeral home is licensed to perform funeral services. All of the funeral home information at Funerals360 starts with a verified list of licensed funeral homes directly from the State. This ensures that all licensed funeral homes can be found and those that are not authorized or are out-of-business are properly notated or are not displayed.