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Browsing 1 - 10 of dozens of cemeteries near Miami, Florida
14001 NW 178th St
Miami, FL 33018
6200 SW 77th Ave
Miami, FL 33143
5505 NW 3rd St
Miami, FL 33126
5900 SW 77th Ave
Miami, FL 33143
10901 West Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33174
11655 SW 117th Ave
Miami, FL 33186
10545 South Dixie Highway
Miami, FL 33156
1301 Opa-Locka Boulevard
Miami, FL 33167
14200 Southwest 117th Avenue
Miami, FL 33186

Memorials for people from Miami, FL

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Miami, FL on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Mitchell "Chichi" Nicholas Oceguera

Jan 8, 1997 — Oct 21, 2021

Miami, FL

Digna "Teresa" Cordero

Aug 6, 1958 — Aug 22, 2021

Miami, FL

Hannah Elizabeth Lee

Jun 7, 2000 — Oct 22, 2021

Miami, FL

Hannah Elizabeth Lee of Miami passed away at 11:00 a.m. Friday, Oct.22, 2021, at Miami Hospital. She is surv… Read more
Jose Alejandro Ricardo

Oct 6, 1987 — Oct 5, 2021

Miami, Florida, EE. UU.

I was so sorry to hear that Name passed away. He and I played father and son in Perry Mason: The Case of the … Read more
Jose Alejandro Riccardo

Oct 6, 1987 — Oct 5, 2021

Miami, Florida, EE. UU.

Planning a funeral in Miami, FL

There are many options available to those planning a funeral in Miami, Florida. In addition to the many funeral homes with Miami-style architecture, there are hundreds of beautiful potential venues if you want to do something a little more creative.

With cremation as the most popular method of disposition in Florida, families tend to have more flexibility in terms of the funeral events they choose, and celebrations of life are on the rise. Whereas, traditionally, funerals have been held in funeral homes and places of worship, more and more people are gravitating to other locations, such parks, community centers, favorite restaurants, bars, and even beaches. The vast majority of Miami funeral homes will help with a funeral at another location. Alternatively, you can choose a direct burial or direct cremation and plan any events on your own. The former will minimize the number of logistics that you manage yourself; the latter will be significantly cheaper (and potentially allow more creativity on your part), so it really just comes down to personal preference. If you are a native Spanish speaker, you may also want to consider working with one of Miami’s Hispanic-owned funeral homes.