Hospices in Phoenix, Arizona | Ever Loved


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Browsing 21 - 27 of dozens of hospices near Phoenix, Arizona
301 East Bethany Home Road, Suite C-275
Phoenix, AZ 85012
4650 East Cotton Center Boulevard, Suite 250
Phoenix, AZ 85040
10000 North 31st Avenue, Suite D321
Phoenix, AZ 85051
4745 North 7th Street, Suite 255
Phoenix, AZ 85014
10000 North 31st Avenue, Suite D401B
Phoenix, AZ 85051
110 W. Muhammad Ali Way, First Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85013
4530 E Shea Blvd #160
Phoenix, AZ 85028

Memorials for people from Phoenix, AZ

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Phoenix, AZ on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Sandy Cady

Dec 2, 1957 — Nov 18, 2021

Phoenix, AZ

Vince Desio

Jul 27, 1949 — Nov 21, 2021

Phoenix, AZ

John Peter Martinez

1946 — Nov 21, 2021

Phoenix, AZ

Anita Joanne Mendoza

May 1, 1959 — Nov 8, 2021

Phoenix, AZ

Anita Mendoza (Joanne) passed away at age 62 in Phoenix, AZ. Preceded in death by her mother: Virginia Carril… Read more
Myra Lee Bennett

Jun 9, 1940 — Nov 4, 2021

Phoenix, AZ

  1. The world became a better place when Myra Lee Bennett was born on June 9, 1940 in Great Bend, Kansas.   She w…
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Planning a funeral in Phoenix, AZ

With the high concentration of retirement communities in Phoenix, it’s not uncommon for family members to need to plan a funeral in Phoenix, Arizona without knowing the area well. Fortunately, Phoenix has dozens of funeral homes, many of which have stellar reviews.

While you may choose to, you don’t need to have the funeral at the funeral home itself. You may also want to consider a religious location, community center or even a favorite restaurant or outdoor space (although, during summer months, you may want to avoid an outdoor funeral due to the heat).

If your loved one passed away in Phoenix, but you want to have a funeral or memorial service in another location, you have a several options. A funeral home can help you transport the body to another state, but that can get costly. You can also choose to cremate your loved one (the most common option in Arizona) and transport the ashes yourself. Lastly, you can also consider burying your loved one in Arizona, but holding a memorial service or celebration of life at another location.