MVFH | A Superstition Springs Funeral Home

At MVFH, we are a Superstition Springs funeral home that cares about our community. We know how much our cemetery means to those who have loved ones buried here, as well as to those who live nearby. Having a presence here has helped to hold a community together, both...

Pet Cemetery & Remembrances

Anyone who has ever lost a pet knows how hard it is. When pets join our families, they become an integral part of our daily lives. When they pass on, it is very similar to losing a family member or best friend. Once the shock of losing them begins to wane, we want to...

Funeral | Videos Make it Special

You recently went to a funeral that featured a very professional and unique memorial video honoring the deceased. You would like to do the same for your loved one. However, you’re not sure where to begin. There were so many good memories. You are a bit overwhelmed...

Military Honors | Arlington History

As we reflect on the many funerals with military honors that have occurred here at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, we think about the many other locations in the United States and around the world that have also held such services. There is probably no site...

MVFH | Budget-friendly, Personalized Funerals

MVFH (Mountain View Funeral Home) realizes that you want a service that is memorable and represents your loved one’s life in a special way. You might think that a personalized service is costly. It doesn’t need to be. MVFH offers the following budget-friendly ideas:...

Funeral Homes Going Green

Funeral homes today are starting to receive requests for what are known as “green burials”.  The National Funeral Director’s Association has identified a growing trend towards green burials–or burials that create a leaner carbon footprint and...

Famous Cemetery Locations Around the World

Burying a loved one in a cemetery is one of the toughest things we have to do as a society. However, around the world and at home, funerals are not just to mourn our friends and family who have passed away, but an opportunity to celebrate their life. In every corner...

The History of Cremation

The history of cremation and ancient burial is very interesting. Scholars believe cremation has been practiced since the Stone Age, around 3000 B.C. Pottery urns have been found throughout Europe and the British Isles. They provide evidence that the practice was...

San Tan Cremation | Your Options

Losing a loved one is an emotionally difficult time for family members and friends. But it is also a time of making important decisions. Unless the deceased made prior arrangements or voiced burial preferences, the decision usually falls to the immediate family....

Mesa Cemetery | Cemetery History

A Mesa cemetery today is very different from our ancestor’s burial options. Prior to 1831, people buried their dead, but there were no established cemeteries. Churchyards of course, were the most common burial sites through the 1800’s in the United States – until...