Did you know about the giving ways of MVFH in the community? At Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, we believe it’s important to take an active part. After all, serving the community was one of the main reasons why we started our famly-owned business back in 1951. Our founder, Albert M. Coury, Sr. wanted to give to others, and this is a tradition that we continue with to this day.
Our involvement in the community include events we host:
MVFH in the community also includes outreach opportunities with area groups. For example, we have a long-standing relationship with the local Kiwanis organization. We assist them with storage for their yearly flea market. All proceeds from this event go back to the Kiwanis and Lions Clubs. In turn, they use the funds to support our community. We have also donated a bench to the Superstition Mountains Museum as a monument to those lost there. Last but not least, we have organized a car show with proceeds to benefit a local organization.
At Mountain View Funeral Home, we are glad to help our community. We have been caring for people for more than 60 years. It is something we plan to continue as we believe that giving back is so important. If you are interested in collaborating with us in the spirit of caring for our community, please let us know. If you have questions about MVFH in the community, or want more information about our services we can be reached at 480-832-2850.