Funeral Homes in Tortilla Flat, AZ

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Suburbs of Tortilla Flat: Apache Jct, Apache Junction.

Zip codes in the city: 85190, 85219, 85290.

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Chapel of Prayer Funeral Home

Hansen Mortuaries is Family Owned and Operated and Has Been Serving The Valley for over 60 years.All services can be enhanced with Memorial or Funeral Service Folders, Music, Flowers Video Tributes and many other caring touches. Please ask any of...

Bunker Family Funeral Homes - University Chapel
Our mission at Bunker Family Funeral Homes is to serve with dignity and respect those families who entrust their loved ones to our care by educating them to their choices and providing professional, sensitive services and products with attention to each family’s needs before, during and after the grieving process.
J Warren Funeral Service

J. Warren Funeral Services is a third-generation family-owned business.

Born and raised in Eloy, Arizona, the Warrens have been serving Pinal County residents since 1953; when Janet's father first took ownership of the Eloy Valley Chapel. After...

Bunker Family Funeral Homes - Garden Chapel

At Bunker Family Funeral Homes, our mission is to serve with dignity and respect those families who entrust their loved ones to our care by educating them to their choices and providing professional, sensitive services and products with attention to each family’s needs before, during and after the grieving process.

Cities near Tortilla Flat offering funeral homes and cemeteries

Nearby Funeral Homes for Tortilla Flat

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A Wise Choice Desert View Chapel
9702 E Main St
Mesa, AZ 85207
Allen Funeral Home
1130 S Horne
Mesa, AZ 85204
Angels Cremation & Burial
422 W McLellan Rd
Mesa, AZ 85201
Arizona Cremation & Funeral Services
840 E Southern Ave
Mesa, AZ 85204
At Season's End Mortuary
105 S. Delaware Dr. Ste 4
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
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Bueler Chandler Mortuary
14 W Hulet Dr
Chandler, AZ 85225
Bunker Family Funeral Homes - Garden Chapel
33 N Centennial Way
Mesa, AZ 85201
Bunker Family Funeral Homes - University Chapel
3529 E University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85213
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Chapel of Prayer Funeral Home
8314 N. 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85020
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Falconer Funeral Home
251 W Juniper Ave
Gilbert, AZ 85233
Family Burial & Cremation Center
237 S Sirrine Ste 1
Mesa, AZ 85210
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J Warren Funeral Service
541 W Coolidge Ave
Coolidge, AZ 85228
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Melcher Mortuaries & Crematory
6625 E Main St
Mesa, AZ 85205
Melcher's Chapel of the Roses
43 S Stapley Dr
Mesa, AZ 85204
Meldrum Mortuary & Crematory
52 N Macdonald
Mesa, AZ 85201
Messinger Fountain Hills Mortuary
12065 N Saguaro Blvd
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
Miles Mortuary
309 Live Oak St
Miami, AZ 85539
Mountain View Memorial Gardens Mortuary & Mausoleum
7900 E Main St
Mesa, AZ 85207
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Simes Mortuaries
360 N Park St
Florence, AZ 85232
Simes Mortuaries
410 W Roosevelt Ave
Coolidge, AZ 85228
Sonoran Skies Mortuary
5650 E. Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85205
Superior Funeral Home
379 S Ray Rd
Superior, AZ 85273
Superstition Funeral Home
398 E. Old West Highway
Apache Junction, AZ 85119

Facts about Tortilla Flat, Arizona

Tortilla Flat is a small unincorporated community in far eastern Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. It is located in the central part of the state, northeast of Apache Junction. It is the last surviving stagecoach stop along the Apache Trail. According to the Gross Management Department of Arizona's main U.S. Post Office in Phoenix, Tortilla Flat is presumed to be Arizona's smallest official \"community\" having a U.S. Post Office and voter's precinct. The town has a population of 6. Tortilla Flat can be reached by vehicles on State Route 88, via Apache Junction.Originally a camping ground for the prospectors who searched for gold in the Superstition Mountains in the mid-to-late 19th century, Tortilla Flat was later a freight camp for the construction of Theodore Roosevelt Dam. From this time (1904) on, Tortilla Flat has had a small (<100 people) but continuous population. A flood in 1942 badly damaged the town, resulting in many residents moving away. Today Tortilla Flat is made up primarily of a small store and restaurant, which were constructed in the late 1980s after a fire consumed the existing store and restaurant on the same site. Several hiking trails into the Superstition Mountains begin near Tortilla Flat.

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US Forest Service Service records show Tonto National Forest being established in 1905 as kind of a "package deal" with the Salt River Project River Reclamation Project. There was a need for a stagecoach stop for freight haulers on their way to the construction site at Roosevelt Dam and Tortilla Flat served that purpose. Cline and his fellow cowboys celebrated their sale, and, having a little too much to drink, forgot to get supplies while they were in town. The Forest Service was needed to manage the land and protect watershed for the dams because cattle grazing had denuded the land. Based on available records Tortilla Flat got its start because of the road construction to Roosevelt Dam in 1904.

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