Inkster Funeral Homes
Inkster is also known as: Wayne County / Inkster city.
The area was originally inhabited by Native Americans, but later was settled by non-indigenous people in 1825. A post office named "Moulin Rouge" was established there in December 1857. Robert Inkster, a Scotsman born March 27, 1828, in Lerwick, Shetland, operated a steam sawmill on present-day Inkster Road near Michigan Avenue in the early 1860s. The post office was renamed Inkster in July 1863. The village had a station on the Michigan Central Railroad by 1878. It incorporated as a village in 1926 from parts of Nankin Township and Dearborn Township. After much legal wrangling by the city of Dearborn, Dearborn Township, and the village of Inkster to sort out final borders for these communities, Inkster was incorporated as a city in 1964 According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 6. 25 square miles (16. 2 km), all land. At the 2010 census, there were 25,369 people, 9,821 households and 6,175 families residing in the city. The population density was...
The official website for the city of Inkster is http://www.cityofinkster.com/.
There are currently 2 funeral home listings for the city of Inkster, Michigan.
Some of the notable people born here have been: Tyrone Wheatley (american football player and coach), Tyji Armstrong (american football player), Keshawn Martin (american football player), Scotty Noyd Jr. (actor), Eric Noyd (actor), Cherrelle Noyd (actor), and Erin Noyd (actor).
Clyne & Sobocinski Funeral Located 23 miles from Inkster
The Clyne & Sobocinski Funeral Home emerged as a result of a fire in May of 2000. The original Clyne Funeral Home was established as Hubbard & Clyne in 1925. William D. Clyne bought out his partner, Duncan Hubbard, in 1930 and re-located from Mt....
Desmond AJ & Sons Funeral Directors Located 17 miles from Inkster
A.J. Desmond & Sons Funeral Directors is family owned and operated, and has been since our founding in 1917. For almost 100 years, the McInnes, Desmond, Vasu, and Connell families have personally served metro Detroit families and communities with...
Gramer Funeral Home Located 19 miles from Inkster
Our tradition of service started in 1952 when Henry Gramer first purchased our funeral home, the historic building located on Main Street in downtown Clawson. The building had been operating as a funeral home since the early 1940s.
John Molnar Funeral Home Located 11 miles from Inkster
Opened in 1923 bu John Molnar Sr. For over four generations, our family has taken pride in providing exceptional service and facilities to all our families. We have always taken into account the difficulty in making decisions at some of the most...
Kernan Funeral Service Located 8 miles from Inkster
We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.
Molnar John Funeral Home Located 8 miles from Inkster
For over four generations, our family has taken pride in providing exceptional service and facilities to all our families. We have always taken into account the difficulty in making decisions at some of the most stressful times in ones life.
Phillips Funeral Home Located 21 miles from Inkster
For 125 years our firm has been dedicated to serving area families. Phillips Funeral Home is proud to be the most established business in South Lyon and one of the oldest family owned and operated funeral homes in the state. Since 1889, the five...
Price Funeral Home Located 22 miles from Inkster
P rice Funeral Home was founded October 6, 1956 by William H. Price (1931-2010) as a privately owned funeral home. The firm provides complete funeral facilities, prepaid funeral arrangements and cemetery markers and monuments. Price Funeral Home...
Beams of Heaven Cathedral Funeral Home Incorporated
2707 Inkster Rd Send flowers
Inkster, MI 48141
Penn Funeral Home
3015 Inkster Rd Send flowers
Inkster, MI 48141