Welcome To San Diego’s Garden Sanctuary,
Mortuary, Funeral Home, And Memorial Park.
Family-Owned And Run With Warmth And Compassion.
Whether you have an immediate need for a loved one’s final resting place, or simply considering pre-planning funeral services in San Diego. Our professional staff can walk you through the entire funeral process and give you a sense of reassurance about making the choices involved. Because La Vista Memorial Park is family owned and operated, we provide a personal and empathetic touch. You can expect more from La Vista Memorial Park: MORE VALUE, MORE SERVICE, and most importantly, MORE CARING AND TRUST. We honor every family’s trust at our beautiful cemetery, memorial park, and funeral home, and realize honoring a loved one involves the most personal and individual decisions most families ever take. Please take note of our mortuary services, cemetery options, and funeral arrangements and planning.
Let The Healing Process Begin With La Vista.
We’re Not Just Family Owned. We’re Family.
Planning at the time of loss can be an emotionally demanding time but La Vista Memorial will be your guiding hand every step of the way. Planning the service Commemorating ...
When Any Member Of Your Family Rests At La Vista,
You Become Part Of Our Family Too.
One Of The Best Funeral Homes When making arrangements for yourself or a loved one who has recently passed away or considering advanced planning. Whether you are considering burial or ...
Relieve Your Loved Ones Of Unnecessary Burdens.
And Tell Your Story The Way It Was Meant To Be Told.
“Knowing that your loved ones will never be forced to worry about payment while dealing with their loss, is priceless.” It Might Be Too Late To Think About The End, ...
They Have Given All. So We Give All.
Ask Us About Our Veteran Memorials.
Because La Vista Memorial Park serves more veterans than any other funeral service provider, we are sensitive to veterans’ needs, including understanding and obtaining the burial benefits they’ve earned through ...
Heaven Is A Little Closer From Atop Our Beautiful Cemetery Park.
Come Home To The Spiritual Sanctuary Of La Vista Memorial Cemetery.
If you're looking for the quintessential tribute for your loved one or yourself, La Vista Memorial Park and Mortuary is San Diego’s most pristine garden sanctuary and resting place that is family-owned and run with a personal touch and a caring hand, so you can be assured you and your family are giving the ultimate honor to a life that is deserving, now and for generations to come.
Helpful Funeral Planning Information & News
La Vista Memorial Park & Mortuary Can Guide You Through All Your Questions And Requests
Saying Your Final Goodbyes: The Top Funeral Planning Tips
More than 2.7 million people die in the U.S. every year, saying your final goodbyes and planning a funeral can be difficult. Although not everybody has a funeral at the time of their death, the vast majority of people do have some kind of funeral service. The funeral planning process can be very difficult on those families …
5 Facts You Need to Know Before Choosing San Diego Funeral Homes
Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy. And with so many San Diego funeral homes, making arrangements for the funeral service can add even more emotional turmoil. If you take the time to learn what to ask about and look for in a mortuary, funeral home, and even memorial park, you can make …
Putting Your Loved One to Rest? Here’s How to Choose the Right Funeral Home
There about 2.7 million burials annually in the US. Losing someone we love is one of the most difficult and painful experiences any of us will ever have to go through. Regardless of the types of arrangements you make, choosing the right funeral home is very important. Parlors are not all the same. As such, you need …
This afternoon the 15th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony was held in Lincoln Acres, a small community encompassed by National City.
People from all over, feeling gratitude for the United States military members and those who made the ultimate sacrifice, gathered at La Vista Memorial Park. There we listened to the emotionally stirring words of keynote speakers, including several historians. The Memorial Day Ceremony honored 30 Civil War Veterans buried in the hilltop cemetery.
Before the ceremony began, people wandered about the grass, looking down at markers and small American flags. People mingling near the event stage talked, and when the bagpipes started, they slowly took their seats. I heard birds singing.