Provo Funeral Homes
Provo is also known as: Utah County / Provo city.
Provo contains: LaVell Edwards Stadium, Reed O. Smoot House, Marriott Center, Provo City Library, and J. Reuben Clark Law School.
Provo has been featured in films like: Dumb & Dumber (1994).
Some of the notable people born here have been: Brett Keisel (american football player), Bryan Niven (photographer), Steven Nyman (alpine skier), Robert Drysdale (martial artist and martial arts instructor), Shauna Rohbock (bobsleigher and military officer), Harvey Unga (american football player), and Kevin B. Rollins (businessperson and philanthropist).
Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: The Universe.
Provo is home to the following sports teams: BYU Cougars men's basketball.
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Provo is home to one of the largest private higher education institutes in the nation, the Brigham Young University. The University is run by The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints, and has an enrollment of over 34,000. The school's students typically hail from Utah and are member of the LDS Church, as such the school has an honor code which aligns with the teachings of LDS.
The official website for the city of Provo is http://www.provo.org/.
There are currently 5 funeral home listings for the city of Provo, Utah. Looking for Provo cemeteries?
Around the turn of the century, Ole H. Berg traded 18 acres of ground on which he raised alfalfa (the present upper campus of BYU) for 32 feet of property at 40 East Center Street. There he and his son, Wyman, built the first mortuary building...
Anderson & Sons Mortuary Located 12 miles from Provo
Established in 1866, Anderson and Sons has always been a family-owned and operated funeral home, and has established deep roots in Utah County. With a spacious chapel and service facilities, Anderson and Sons Mortuary continues to serve our...
Larkin Sunset Gardens Located 24 miles from Provo
Larkin has three beautiful locations to accommodate and serve your family in your time of need. Larkin Mortuary is located downtown in the historic Hagenbarth mansion located on the corner of 300 East and South Temple Streets. Purchased in...
Olpin Family Mortuary Located 9 miles from Provo
In 1903, Edwin Dee Olpin built a one room structure on Locust Avenue in Pleasant Grove in which he built caskets and provided mortuary services for the residents of Northern Utah County. Though our modern facilities are vastly different than...
Probst Family Funerals & Cremations Located 22 miles from Provo
Probst Family Funerals & Cremations is locally owned and operated by Clinton and Calli Probst. For years we dreamed of opening a funeral home in Heber Valley to provide a choice for families in Wasatch and Summit County. In the fall of 2013, we...
185 East Center Street Send flowers
Provo, UT 84606
East Lawn Memorial Hills
4800 E Lawn Dr Send flowers
Provo, UT 84604
Funeral Security Plans Incorporated
185 E Center St Send flowers
Provo, UT 84605
610 S State St Send flowers
Provo, UT 84606
Walker Family Mortuaries
85 E 300 S Send flowers
Provo, UT 84605
Facts about Provo, Utah
The state of Utah's third largest city is Provo which is located at about forty-three miles in the southern part of Salt Lake City. The seat of Provo is the Utah County. One of the largest and most reputable higher learning education is located in Provo; the Brigham Young University which is run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Novell's center is headquartered in the city and is the center of development and technology in the area. Two famous natural landmarks in Provo are Peaks Ice Arena and Provo Canyon. In 2009, Provo is listed among the best places to retire and start a new career and one of the top ten places in the US to live and play and raise a family.
The present Provo was originally named Fort Utah and was first inhabited by Mormons in 1849. The nest year, the area was named Provo after a French Canadian who arrived in the area in 1825; Étienne Provost.
Some points of interest in the city are Brigham Young University Arboretum, Utah Lake, The Shops At Riverwoods, Uinta National Forest, Peaks Ice Arena, Reed O. Smoot House, Provo River and Seven Peaks Water Park.
The Provo Cemetery is not as grand as the other cemeteries in the state but is one of the most visited memorial grounds in the city. In here, the bodies of Elma Farnsworth, Filo Taylor Farnsworth, Carlyle Harmon, Dan Jones, Eddie Kimball, James Robertson, Ora Pate Stewart, Samuel Woolley Taylor and Smoot Reed.