Memorial Mortuaries & Cemeteries is committed to providing excellent funeral services, burial services and cremation services to each family that we serve. We offer our exceptional funeral, cremation, and burial services in Salt Lake City, Bountiful, Sandy, Draper, West Valley City, Taylorsville, Holladay, Murray, and throughout all of Utah between 7 mortuary/funeral home locations and 5 cemetery locations.
Funeral homes play an important role in the community. When a death occurs, family members rely on funeral homes, mortuaries, and cemeteries to help honor a life well lived and help a family begin the healing process. With that end in mind, we constantly strive to provide excellent customer service and a variety of different types of services tailored to the individual needs of each family. Our offerings include funeral services, cremations, memorial services, burial services, and celebration of life events.
We strongly believe that each life deserves to be honored and their service should reflect the uniqueness of the individual. Whether you're family is interested in a traditional funeral, cremation, memorial service or burial service, our staff will work tirelessly to ensure your loved one is honored with the utmost care, attention, and respect. Each family has different needs and here at Memorial, we strive to meet your needs and exceed your expectations. During your difficult time, it is our goal to ease the burden and lighten your load. Our many locations across the valley are intended for your convenience. We also offer grief counseling free of charge as an added resource to you.
It is our promise to help honor, remember, and celebrate the life of your loved one. Our staff is ready for your call to answer any questions, handle the necessary details, and help you on your way to healing and peace. Our funeral homes are nationally recognized and we are the largest group of funeral homes in Utah. We invite you to learn more about the Memorial family and give us the opportunity to take care of your family.
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