|Rivera Family Funeral Options
& Memorial Gardens Cemetery ~ Santa Fe
417 East Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Rivera Family Funeral Home & Crematory ~ Espanola
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Information about our company
Santa Fe Funeral Options & Memorial Gardens is the cities only family owned/family managed funeral home. We own and operate our own perpetual care cemetery and crematory, and have additional locations in Espanola & Taos. We're dedicated professionals experienced in funeral service, with strong ties to New Mexico. We understand local customs & traditions and are intent on providing special care. Our focus is on providing good service at affordable prices that only a family owned funeral home can provide. Allow us to help you plan a fitting service to memorialize a special person. We are proud to consider ourselves well-versed in meeting the various religious needs of the diverse residents of Santa Fe and surrounding areas. We are also able to help with alternative services that are less formal and make them unique in their own way.
Amos, Tim and Matthew Rivera and Bob Clifford are fully licensed funeral directors and are all National Board Certified. We also proudly employ other licensed funeral service professionals that are trained well and are helpful. as they can be.
Our website contains information about our caring staff, our services and links to resources to help you get through this tough time. You may also call us directly and speak with a funeral director for assistance.
Our facility is pleasant and comfortable, however we're planning on expanding to accommodate the growing number of families we serve. We think that Santa Fe is in need for an updated funeral home designed around the ideas of the families being served. We are proud to consider ourselves well versed in meeting the various needs of the diverse residents of Santa Fe and surrounding areas.
Memorial Gardens Cemetery is a a special place in our community. Since 1954 it has been a non-denominational cemetery open to everyone in the community. In November of 2006 the property was purchased by the Rivera Family Funeral Homes, and work and renovation was immediately started. Headstones were cleaned, raised and leveled, and old tree stumps were being removed. The entire irrigation system was replaced and updated, and roads were being maintained better. We do need some time to complete the improvements on the cemetery, and are appreciative of your patience. We want the cemetery to be a place of solace and peace for visitors.
HOURS OF OPERATION
For emergencies, our staff is available 24 hours a day throughout the year.Our business office is open Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm, weekend & holiday hours by appointment and as determined when services are scheduled. To respect the families that we serve, we help maintain reverence in our mortuary by not allowing soliciting for advertising or donations at our company, and ask that visitors refrain from bringing outside food and/or beverages into the mortuary.
Golden Willow Retreat Press Release
Golden Willow Retreat
held their first annual Healing Conference which was focused on grief, loss and
recovery. Over 125 people from all over the country came to Taos to hear
national and local speakers present on healing from loss in their lives. At the conference, Tim Rivera of Rivera Family
Funeral Services received the Silent Wings Community Service Award. According
to Ted Wiard, Co-founder and director of Golden Willow Retreat said, The
conference was a great success and will be held again in the future. Seeing people from all over the country and
having amazing speakers allows healing through communities coming together.
Wiard went on to state, Tim has done so much for people in the midst of their
losses and his quiet work for Northern New Mexico is recognized and honored.
Tim and his staff are the mid-wives of transition for death and rebirth of a
family and community. He lovingly helps families in their time of loss. Thank
you, Tim for all that you do!