Ricky Motel

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Motel Near Inglewood Park Cemetery

1.4 MILES AWAY 3 MINUTES DRIVE ONLY

Ricky motel is just minutes away from the Inglewood Park Cemetery. A little about the Inglewood Park Cemetery. Maytor H. McKinley was born and raised in the funeral business. He was the third generation of a family that had been in the business for over one hundred years. His father and grandfather had preceded him in the operation of funeral establishments in Northern Wisconsin and Northern Minnesota.

In 1933, Maytor H. McKinley sold his business interest in Wisconsin and Minnesota and moved to Los Angeles. In 1934 he became an employee of the L.F. Utter Company, which he eventually purchased and changed the name to Utter-McKinley Mortuaries. Over the next thirty years, Utter-McKinley established over eighteen funeral homes throughout Los Angeles County. 

Since Mr. McKinley's death, his son, William J. McKinley has assumed ownership of the firm. In 1962, Inglewood Cemetery Mortuary was built near the corner Prairie Avenue and Manchester Boulevard, across from the Great Western Forum. The funeral home continues to remain active in the community by supporting local churches, service clubs, and charities. 

Inglewood Cemetery Mortuary is one of the few family-owned funeral homes still remaining in Los Angeles today, always committed to providing the finest services at reasonable prices.