An independent and family owned funeral home, Sunrise Funeral Home and Crematory caring and experienced professional staff. We understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. We offer a wide range of services and personalization options to provide each family with the options that meet their wishes and budget.
Funeral Homes in Humboldt, AZ
Staff members of Hampton Funeral Home and Cremation are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. We offer a wide range of services and personalization options to provide each family with the options that meet their wishes and budget. We are a family owned and independent funeral home.
The Heritage Family of Funeral Homes have served the greater Phoenix area for 30 years under the careful guidance of the Stobierski family. Today, as a third generation family-owned firm, we have become the area’s most preferred funeral homes...
Westcott Funeral Home has served the Verde Valley since 1948 and has grown, adapted and continues to serve the entire Verde Valley.Steve & April Palmer of Final Care Services, Inc. purchased the Westcott Funeral Homes of Cottonwood and Camp Verde...
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Facts about the city
Dewey-Humboldt is a town in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States. The population of the town was 3,894 according to the 2010 census. The Dewey-Humboldt area was a census-designated place (CDP) at the 2000 census, at which time its population was 6,295.
It was noted by Monterey Herald on February 13th, 2014 that Catherine "Kay" Kelly (Sparks) perished in Marina, California. Ms. Kelly was 100 years old and was born in Humboldt, AZ. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Catherine "Kay"'s life.
It was noted on October 5th, 2013 that Lino V Urrea perished in Humboldt, Arizona. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Lino V's life.
Apache raids made life difficult for the early American settlers. The Agua Fria post office closed in 1895. Humboldt was also settled in the early 1860s. Ironite is banned in Canada. The town was renamed Humboldt in 1905 to honor Baron Alexander von Humboldt, who had predicted more than a century earlier that the Bradshaw Mountains would become a rich mining area By 1907 the population had reached 1,000.
The official website for the city of Humboldt is http://www.dewey-humboldt.net/.
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