Bell Mortuary and Crematory

Bell Mortuary and Crematory
Bell Mortuary and Crematory is listed in the Funeral Homes & Directors category in Indianapolis, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bell Mortuary and Crematory which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bell Mortuary and Crematory on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Bell Mortuary and Crematory is:
2310 W Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 637-4308

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Bell Mortuary and Crematory has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Bell Mortuary and Crematory has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Indianapolis, Indiana is 37 and in the Funeral Homes & Directors category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Considering Cremation? The options for a religious service or a celebration of life are vast, choices including a viewing, and having the deceased present, before the cremation, at any chosen service. Our staff is dedicated to creating and directing memorable services individualized to honor a life once lived.

Indiana College of Mortuary Science was established in 1905 in Indianapolis, IN as the Askin Training School for Embalmers by Clifford G. Askins. For the first 10 years he was the sole instructor. In 1915 as additional curriculum was added, a 6-month program was initiated. From 1916-1924 it was known as the Askin College of Embalming and in 1934 it was changed to the Indiana College of Embalming. In 1924 a 9-month program was added to the existing 6-month program. Mr. Askin retired in 1941 after 36 years of leadership in the field of mortuary education. He was Dean Emeritus until his death on October 15, 1944.