With the rapidly evolving coronavirus situation, it is important that we follow the guidance from federal, state, and local officials. Based on the directive issued by the State and the information shared by the County and City of San Diego, we are cancelling all events through the end of May. We will assess the situation on events beyond May and keep you informed as we move forward.
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A beautiful way to remember mother’s who have passed. A strolling group of musicans and other musician’s provides a private serenade to families that are present. After celebrating mother’s during a mornings breakfast or an early lunch, several families start arriving bringing several flower arrangements, wind mills, balloons and gather all together to celebrate their mother’s, grand-mother’s and daughter’s who left their children behind after passing. It’s a very emotional day here at the park, and music has its magical…Find out more »
This pandemic will not stop us from honoring our veterans — safely! Decorate Your Car and Drive Through La Vista’s Memorial Park To Show Your Patriotic Spirit. FEATURING: Grand Marshal, Stuart “Stu” Headley USS West Virginia Pearl Harbor Veteran WWII and Korean War (Saying “Aloha” to you from a convertible Porsche at 98 years young) Special Guests 82nd Airborne Division San Diego Chapter Alfonso Calderon, Rick Salde and Norm Vanderbilt All Vietnam War veterans who served with distinction with the…Find out more »
COME TO CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF THEIR FATHER MANUEL("MEMO") GAVADA FRIDAY, OTCOBER 16, 2020 AT 11 A.M. La Vista Memorial Park & Mortuary 3191 Orange Street, National City, CA 91950 We encourage you to arrive early as we are preparing to welcome a large number of guests. The service will commence at 11 a.m. We understand Memo’s friends may want to reach out to the family on a personal level. We ask that you please email Stephanie Cavada: email@example.com For…Find out more »
La Vista Memorial Park is proud to present the 12th Annual Dia de los Muertos Experience on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. An inspiring tradition honoring and reuniting with lost loved ones. Due to Covid 19 we are forced to cancel our annual event to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos. Dia de Los Muertos – Day of the Dead – is rooted in centuries of Aztec culture. It’s a celebration to honor the dearly departed based on the belief that during…Find out more »