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Pontiac Funeral Homes

  • Location of Pontiac, Michigan


    Pontiac is also known as: Oakland County / Pontiac city.

    Pontiac contains: Silverdome, Melvyn Maxwell and Sara Stein Smith House, and The Crofoot.

    Closest other cities near Pontiac offering funeral options

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  • Brent W. Jett, Jr. (pilot and  astronaut) was born in Pontiac.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Brent W. Jett, Jr. (pilot and astronaut), Jeff Webb (american football player), Laura Innes (actor and television director), Kirk Gibson (baseball player and coach), Gary Peters (financial adviser), Sherea Lloyd (teacher), and Geri Allen (record producer and jazz pianist).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: Pontiac News.

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  • History

    Pontiac /ˈpɒnᵗiæk/ is a city in the U. S. state of Michigan named after the Ottawa Chief Pontiac, located within the Detroit metropolitan area. It is the county seat of Oakland County. The city is best known for its General Motors manufacturing plants (GM's primary truck plant was formerly in Pontiac) and the former GM automobile brand Pontiac, which was first produced in and named after the city. Also of note is the Pontiac Silverdome, the stadium that hosted the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL) from 1975 until 2002, when the team moved back to Downtown Detroit. On February 20, 2009 the state of Michigan placed the city into receivership, and the Department of Treasury appointed Fred Leeb the city's emergency financial manager in March 2009. November 2011 talks began between the City and Waterford Township to provide fire service. State appointed Emergency Financial manager, Louis Schimmel, had determined that the City could no longer afford the costs of their own fire department of 175 years. February 1, 2012, Waterford Township began providing fire service for the City of Pontiac out of three of...

    The official website for the city of Pontiac is

    There are currently 11 funeral home listings for the city of Pontiac, Michigan. Looking for Pontiac cemeteries?

All Funeral Homes in Pontiac

Cobb's Funeral Home
151 Orchard Lake Rd Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48341


House of Burns Memorial Chapel
195 South Blvd W Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48341

Huntoon Funeral Home
855 W Huron St Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48341

Huntoon Funeral Home Incorporated
79 Oakland Ave Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48343


Lawrence E Moon Funeral Incorporated
268 N Perry St Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48342


MT Hope Catholic Cemetery
727 Orchard Lake Rd Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48341


Oak Hill Cemetery
216 University Dr Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48343


Perry MT Park Cemetery
878 N Perry St Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48326

Pontiac City Cemeteries
216 University Dr Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48343


Sparks-Griffin Funeral Home
46 Williams St Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48343


Voorhess Summerford Funeral & Cremation Service
268 N Perry St Send flowers
Pontiac, MI 48343