AceShowbiz - Luke Perry's burial location is not as listed in his death certificate. The death certificate lists a funeral home in Tennessee as his final resting place, but it's reportedly not the case as the family is trying to keep the location of his burial private.
Don Carter, the owner of the Taylor Funeral Home in Dickson, says that the late actor is not buried at the Dickson County Memorial Gardens cemetery, which Taylor operates. While he says that he would have "loved" to take care of Luke's burial, he has no idea where the "Riverdale" star's actual burial site is and has no idea why his facility is listed on the death certificate. Don calls the whole thing "fake news."
According to The Blast, Luke is not buried at the city's other cemetery, Dickson Union Cemetery, which is maintained by the city, either. Dickson Funeral Home & Cremation Center and Spann Funeral Home, two funeral homes in Dickson, additional deny that they handled Luke's funeral.
The mayor for the city of Vanleer, where Luke's farm was located, claims that he has not heard anything about a burial for the late actor. Meanwhile, the Planning & Zoning office for the County of Dickson says it has not issued permits for a home burial at Luke's farm.
A source tells the site that Luke's family purposely keeps the location of his burial location a secret.
It was previously reported that Luke, who died on March 4 aged 52 after suffering a massive stroke, was buried on Monday, March 11 in Dickson, Tennessee. No other details of his burial site were released, but the death certificate lists the cause of his demise as a stroke. His fiancee Wendy Madison Bauer was named as his next of kin.
Luke and Wendy reportedly had planned an August wedding before his untimely passing. The couple had recently sent 'save the date' cards to friends and family members, inviting them to attend the Los Angeles nuptials.