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Vestavia Funeral Homes

  • Location of Vestavia Hills, Alabama


    Vestavia is also known as: Vestavia Hills, and Alabama.

    Vestavia contains: Cahaba Heights.

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  • Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Floyd Franks (football player).

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  • History

    Vestavia Hills is a city in Jefferson and Shelby Counties in the U. S. state of Alabama. It is a suburb of the city of Birmingham. As of the 2010 census, its population is 34,033. Vestavia Hills is named for the 20-acre (8. 1 ha) estate of former Birmingham mayor George B. Ward. It was situated on the crest of Shades Mountain in what is now the northern edge of the city. Ward's mansion at the Vestavia estate became a landmark in the area as soon as it was completed in 1925. The 2 ⁄2-story house was patterned after the circular Temple of Vesta in Rome, with dark pink sandstone walls encircled by twenty massive white Doric columns surmounted by a carved entablature. The extensive gardens, populated by statuary and peacocks, surrounded a smaller domed gazebo patterned after the Temple of Sibyl in Tivoli. After Ward's death, the house, something of a tourist stop near the highway between Birmingham and Montgomery, was used as a tearoom and reception hall before being purchased by Vestavia Hills Baptist Church. The church met in the templelike structure for several years before demolishing a portion of the building in 1971 to make way for a larger building; a central portion of the...

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    There is currently 1 funeral home listing for the city of Vestavia, Alabama.

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Cremation Center of Birmingham
732 Montgomery Hwy. #360 Send flowers
Vestavia, AL 35216