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Nebraska Funeral Homes

Nebraska has a population of nearly two million people, but this population is dispersed over the state in small communities that are rarely over three thousand souls. While Nebraska funeral homes are much regulated by the government and by their own association, nevertheless, most of the population is serviced by local funeral directors working out of family run services. Generally speaking a funeral director in a small town will be well known to the family of the deceased. Of course services are traditional Christian, considering that an overwhelming percentage of the population belongs to Christian sects. Where legalities are concerned, simple experience of these matters allows even rural Nebraska funeral homes to be of considerable aid to a family in these matters. Funeral directors can also help the family of the deceased to write obituaries, for example. While it is generally small cemeteries that receive the remains in Nebraska, there is a small movement towards cremations, and some funeral homes may offer this. Please select a city in Nebraska to browse the funeral services available.

Albion Allen Alliance
Alma Arapahoe Arnold
Ashland Atkinson Auburn
Aurora Axtell Bassett
Bayard Beatrice Beaver City
Beemer Bellevue Benkelman
Bennington Blair Bloomfield
Blue Hill Brainard Bridgeport
Broken Bow Bruning Burwell
Butte Cambridge Campbell
Cedar Rapids Central City Chadron
Chappell Clarks Clarkson
Clay Center Clearwater Cozad
Crawford Creighton Crete
Davenport David City Deshler
De Witt Dodge Edgar
Elgin Elkhorn Elmwood
Emerson Ewing Fairbury
Falls City Fort Calhoun Franklin
Fremont Friend Fullerton
Funk Geneva Genoa
Gering Gibbon Gordon
Gothenburg Grand Island Grant
Greeley Hampton Hartington
Harvard Hastings Hay Springs
Hebron Hemingford Henderson
Hickman Hildreth Holdrege
Hooper Humboldt Humphrey
Imperial Indianola Johnson
Kearney Kenesaw Kimball
Laurel La Vista Leigh
Lexington Lincoln Loup City
Lyons Madison Malcolm
Martell Maxwell Mc Cook
Mc Cool Junction Milford Minden
Mitchell Morrill Mullen
Nebraska City Nehawka Neligh
Nelson Newman Grove Niobrara
Norfolk North Platte Oakland
Odell Ogallala Omaha
Oneill Orchard Orleans
Osceola Oshkosh Osmond
Oxford Palmer Papillion
Pawnee City Paxton Pender
Pierce Pilger Plainview
Plattsmouth Plymouth Polk
Ponca Prague Randolph
Ravenna Red Cloud Richland
Rushville Saint Edward Saint Paul
Sargent Schuyler Scottsbluff
Scribner Seward Sidney
Silver Creek South Sioux City Spalding
Spencer Stanton Stella
Sterling Stratton Stromsburg
Stuart Sumner Superior
Sutton Tecumseh Tekamah
Tilden Trenton Union
Valentine Valley Valparaiso
Verdigre Wahoo Wakefield
Walthill Wauneta Wausa
Wayne Weeping Water Western
West Point Whiteclay Wilber
Wilcox Winnebago Wisner
Wood River Wymore York
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