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Depending on how much time has elapsed, a certified copy of the death certificate can only be obtained from either the funeral home who was in charge of the arrangements or the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The Westmoreland County Coroner’s Office does NOT issue copies of death certificates to the public.
Death certificates can be obtained in person at:
411 7th Street, Suite 360
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Instructions for ordering a copy of a death certificate can be found on the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s website at https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/certificates/Pages/Death-Certificates.aspx
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Timothy Carson was elected Coroner in November 2021 and took office January 1, 2022.
One "Official" copy of each report is made available to the legal next of kin at no charge.
A fee is charged for additional copies at the following rates:
Coroner Report of Investigation - $100.00 Toxicology Report - $100.00 Autopsy Report - $500.00