In 1942, Garrison Mortuary was purchased by brothers Brian and Berkeley Bunker and became Bunker Brothers Mortuary and Chapel. At that time, it was located only a few blocks from what is now known as " The Old Strip" on Freemont Street. In 1964, needing more space and a modern building, the Bunker brothers built a new mortuary where it stands today on Las Vegas Blvd. at Washington Ave. In 1969, Brian, a very devout Mormon, decided to leave the mortuary business and move to Utah. In February 1999, Bunkers Mortuary joined an exclusive group of funeral service providers known as Carriage Services and through this exclusive affiliation, Bunkers provides its families with the highest quality service available. Today, Bunker's Funeral Homes & Cemeteries continues to service the Las Vegas Valley with an 80-year legacy in the community.
At Bunker's Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, we do, indeed, try to offer you a home—a comforting and inviting place to gather in remembrance and celebration of lives lived well. Our experienced staff is committed to this vision and passionate about making your time with us as memorable and uplifting as possible. We bring together decades of experience caring for families of all cultural backgrounds and diverse walks of life. We pledge to treat you and your loved ones just like family, and we guarantee to offer services that meet all of your specifications while exceeding all of your expectations.
Licensed staff members are available around the clock-24 hours a day, 7 days a week—to discuss your needs. Whether you are doing pre-planning or need to hold a service soon, we are ready to answer our phone and offer you warm, friendly, and empathetic service.
There is much that Bunker's Funeral Homes & Cemeteries has to offer:
We offer services tailored to honor those who are military service members and veterans, as well.