Thank you for voting us Best Cemetery and Funeral Home four years in a row.
Everyone, at some point, wonders how they will be remembered. Who will attend your funeral service? What music will they hear? What will they see and feel? It’s easy to picture how much you’ll be missed and how deeply your loved ones will need peace and healing. But after all is said and done, they’ll need to weave your memory into the years to come. They need a space where their memories merge with the fresh potential for solace and community.
One question repeatedly arises throughout our lives: Who am I? Our answers give shape to each of our stories, and it’s these stories we’ll help you tell about your loved one. What made them so intriguing? Why were they so admirable? What made them so lovable? They deserve a service that feels authentic and true, and our convenient onsite funeral home allows the flexibility to make use of our space in countless unique ways.
We will always care for you. We will help you celebrate the life of your loved one in whatever way feels best. If for any reason you’re dissatisfied with our services, we will reduce or eliminate our ceremony charge.Contact Us
You’ll sense that something is different from the outset. Our walkways are welcoming. Our gardens are tranquil. Any fears will be swept away by an experience that is at once joyous and tender. For too long, funeral service has been too rigid about the rituals surrounding death. At Gilbert Memorial Park, we tailor funeral services to fit your loved one, taking care with each detail. Our cemetery is more than just a resting place. It is a space for reflection, a source of renewal, where stories are told and people gather to celebrate the lives of those they loved.Our Promise to You
“It didn’t feel like services were being pushed or sold to you. It was like ‘we are here grieving with you, let us help you to make this day be the best celebration of life that it can be’”
“So many things today are impersonal, I can’t imagine going through what we went through without the compassion and friendship of someone else.”