Family: They are strength. They are love. They are everlasting.
Memorial Mortuaries and Cemeteries are excited to offer you and your family a unique opportunity to celebrate and honor your family: Family Estates.
Family Estates is a special area for families who wish to be buried together in a secluded, luxurious amily section of the cemetery. Many Family Estates have their own power source and water source. This is ideal for families who wish to decorate for the holidays with Christmas lights, Fourth of July ornaments, or other holiday adornments. Family Estates give families an uncommon opportunity to creatively personalize their plots that goes beyond the usual cemetery limits. The Family Estates section of our cemeteries is the only place that upright markers are permitted.
In the Family Estates section of our cemetery, a splendid water feature springs up from the ground and lazily flows through ponds and streams, and cascades over a rocky waterfall. Life-like bronze statues of elk, mountain lions, bears, and deer transport your thoughts from an ordinary cemetery to that of an extraordinary cemetery. You can sit along the rocky banks of the ponds, streams, and waterfall and be carried away by the aroma of landscaped mountain flora wafted along a cool, canyon breeze. Visiting a loved one in our Family Estates is a pleasurable experience, an escape from the drone of everyday life. Simply put, Mountain View just feels like it has always been here, a part of nature.
A delicate balance between structure and the outside splendor of nature highlight Redwood Mortuary and Cemetery. Redwood is a coalescence of form and function that heals and celebrates. Sitting atop Bennion Hill and overlooking the valley, Redwood Mortuary and Cemetery is a prime location for your burial needs.
Tucked in a quiet corner is the lavish Family Estate section. Family Estates feature luxurious plots for families who seek a superior cemetery experience. A slowly flowing stream forms the western boundary. Looking east, you have a perfect view of the Wasatch Mountains and the valley below Bennion Hill. Sections are divided by newly planted trees and landscaped islands.