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1702 Fairhaven Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
1919 East Santa Clara Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
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1214 Lewis St
Garden Grove, CA 92840
2303 S Manchester Ave
Anaheim, CA 92802
2303 South Manchester Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92802
7845 E Santiago Canyon Rd
Orange, CA 92869
1400 East Sycamore Street
Anaheim, CA 92805
14801 Beach Boulevard
Westminster, CA 92683
8301 Talbert Ave
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
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Memorials for people from Santa Ana, CA

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Disregard A

Oct 7, 1957—Jan 9, 2020

Santa Ana, CA, USA

"- G-Man" Read more
Lepoldo Cortes

Nov 21, 1932—Jan 7, 2020

Santa Ana, CA, USA

"Leopoldo Cortes 11/21/1932 - 1/7/2020 Servicio: 1/17/2020 5:00-8:00 Brown Colonial Mortuary 204 W 17…" Read more
Felipe Lopez

May 26, 1951—Sep 3, 2019

Santa Ana, CA, USA

Nina Agajanian Eyer

Dec 24, 1925—Aug 25, 2019

Santa Ana, CA, USA

"Nina Agajanian Eyer, born December 24, 1924 passed away in the presence of her loving family on Sunday August…" Read more
Nina Agajanian Eyer

Dec 24, 1925—Aug 25, 2019

Santa Ana, CA, USA

Planning a funeral in Santa Ana, CA

If you’re planning a funeral in Santa Ana, California, there are many funeral homes and cemeteries to choose from in Santa Ana and the surrounding Orange County area. Several local funeral homes cater to Spanish speaking speaking families, so if this is important to you, consider searching for this. There are also several companies in Orange County that specialize in low-cost cremation, so if you want to have your loved one cremated and you aren’t interested in other added services from a funeral home, one of these could be a good option for you. Today, many people want to organize their own memorial events on their own time, and that’s perfectly fine to you.

If you plan to bury your loved on (either a traditional burial or the burial of cremated remains), it’s generally a good idea to visit several cemeteries in the Santa Ana area. On top of comparing prices and reviews, you should consider which cemetery makes you feel most comfortable while visiting and where you’re most likely to want to come back to. If a cemetery is too difficult to get to or makes you feel uncomfortable, you may end up regretting your decision later. Especially if your loved one is being cremated, there’s no need to rush this decision.