Funeraria Latino Americana, Los Angeles, CA

Funeraria Latino Americana

3827 WHITTIER BLVD
Los Angeles, CA 90023
Average Rating

Star Star Star Star Star (5.00)

Contact Info

Phone: (323) 265-7016

Request a Change on this Entry

Comments & Ratings

Comment on Funeraria Latino Americana - Los Angeles, CA written by: Caro 5 stars 2011-08-26 11:52:59 Great service, they help us alot through that difficult time, and it was very affordable, my family and I were very pleased


Condolences

Funeraria Latino Americana - Los Angeles, CA Angelo Colunga Sending Condolences for Mark Anthony Jaimes 2013-04-23 21:04:00 I would like to see the obituary for Mr. Jaimes and who I understand is at your funeral home


Comment & Rating

Post a Comment or Review, Post a Condolence Message, or Post an Obituary for Funeraria Latino Americana.

Best Los Angeles Florist

Funeral Home Obituaries

1969-12-31 19:00 - Joshua Siskin: Fall color with Valley-friendly trees and shrubs

San Fernando Valley dwellers may lament the small number of trees and shrubs whose leaves turn color this time of year, especially if they grew up in New England, where the autumn foliage... [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Vintage and green in 'Eco' Echo Park

Julie Solomon's 1914 bungalow is a lesson in sustainability. Two years ago the Echo Park woman embarked on a green renovation of her home, which had fallen out of escrow several times and... [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - 'This Old House' swings its hammer in L.A.

The house was too small for a family. Kurt Albrecht knew that when he fell hard for the 1933 two-bedroom, one-bath Spanish Colonial Revival in Silver Lake even as he and girlfriend Mary... [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Pasadena plain Jane turns positively Medieval

With its six towers and a large metal door, this Pasadena house looks like it could belong to royalty. In fact, the neighbors affectionately refer to it as the Urban Castle. [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Joshua Siskin: Classic beauties make their seasonal show

Poinsettia's time is now. During most of the year, a poinsettia is just stems, or stems and green leaves. Only from late fall until the end of the year does it take on its scarlet color. [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Encino fine-art photographer Ted Yeager captures the intricacies of plants

Fine art photographer Ted Yeager was house-sitting for a nursery-owner friend when inspiration struck. And it came in the form of cactus and succulents. [read more]

Recent Tweets

Twitter