Moreno Valley Funeral Homes
Moreno Valley is also known as: Riverside County / Moreno Valley city.
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When farmers settled the area in the 1850's they had to rely on water from Bear Valley to the north, which was transported by Frank E. Brown's company, the Bear Valley Land and Water Company. In 1899 this was no longer possible as the city of Redlands had won a claim over the water. Because of this a majority of the inhabitants of Moreno Valley had to leave their farms, so Frank Brown named the area Moreno Valley, or dark valley.
The official website for the city of Moreno Valley is http://www.ci.moreno-valley.ca.us.
There is currently 1 funeral home listing for the city of Moreno Valley, California.
Some of the notable people born here have been: Andrew Garcia (singer), Tyron Smith (american football player), Gina Everett (actor), Beverly Goebel-Yanez (football player), Jamaal Franklin (basketball player), and Eric Martin (american football player).
Cortner Chapel Located 9 miles from Moreno Valley
In 1902, two young men arrived in Redlands from Tennessee looking for work. F. Arthur Cortner and his brother George were born in Wartrace, Tennessee to a family of nine boys and two girls. Arthur, the seventh son of the family, attended grammar...
Miller-Jones Mortuary & Crematory Located 14 miles from Moreno Valley
On October 19, 1975, Nick and Charlotte Jones together opened the doors of Miller-Jones Mortuary in the community of Hemet. Today, their sons and daughter in law Hamilton, Jaeger and Kimberly Jones direct the funeral homes, and cemetery. As...
Tradition Cremation Center & Cemetery Located 13 miles from Moreno Valley
Tradition is a full-service mortuary and cemetery that specializes in affordable cremation services. Our one-of-a-kind Mortuary and Cemetery provides elegance, affordability, and convenience. We are located near the 10 and 215 freeways in San...
Weaver Hughes Mortuary Located 12 miles from Moreno Valley
In 1949, Jerry Weaver opened the doors of Weaver Mortuary to a small community in Beaumont, California, and was the only mortuary for miles. After a short time, Mr. Weaver met W.W. Hughes, who owned a small mortuary that opened in the mid-1950s...
Weaver Mortuary Located 14 miles from Moreno Valley
In 1949, Jerry and Venus Weaver and their two children, Lew and Mark, moved from San Diego to Beaumont, California, which at that time had a population of about 3,200 residents. The Weavers purchased the Ray F. Allen Mortuary on the corner of...
Miller Jones Mortuary
23618 Sunnymead Blvd Send flowers
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
Facts about Moreno Valley, CaliforniaIn an area also known as the "Inland Empire", the city of Moreno Valley is located. It has been incorporated in the year 1984 and ranks second when it comes to population count in the state of California. This city which is the seat of the Riverside County is considered to be young city since it was only in the eighties that it was incorporated. The city's residents and the city derive their income from the top companies that operate in the city; the March Air Reserve Base, Moreno Valley Unified School District, Riverside Community College, Val Verde Unified School District, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Moreno Valley Mall, city government of Moreno Valley and Ross Stores are its top employers.
The city of Moreno Valley is the origin of some personalities like Andrew Garcia, Heather Blumberg, Troy Percival, Daniel Carroll, Charlotte Morgan, Dryden Mitchell and Andre McGee. Moreno Valley has a number of tourist attractions that its local and foreign tourists can enjoy. The list includes s few park like the Box Springs Mountain Park, Woodland Park, Gateway Park, Sunnymead Park and Lake Perris State Recreation Area.
Aside from recreation parks, the memorial parks in the city have become tourist attractions like the Montecito Memorial Park. In this said cemetery the names of Evelyn Brier, Dee Virgil Fondy, Ken Hubbs, Jerry Lyle Pettis, Lillian Miles, John Rothrock and Roy D'Arcy have been marked here. Other memorial parks that are worth the visit are Hermosa Gardens Cemetery, Redlands Cemetery and Riverside National Cemetery.