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Every year the first full week in March we will do a complete cleanup of the cemetery and mausoleum. Anything not removed prior to cleanup will be disposed of. There will be no exceptions. Thanks, Louisville Memorial Gardens West Cemetery and Funeral Home.

Welcome to Louisville Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home West

At Louisville Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home West, we understand that the process of making funeral arrangements can seem overwhelming. That’s why we provide our Louisville, KY clients with access to helpful funeral planning guides and resources. Learn more about the memorial, burial, and cremation services here.

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. The role of a good funeral home is to provide families with a catalyst for their grieving and to take on all the logistics so that you and the people close to you can simply mourn together. At Louisville Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home West, we’re here to listen, to offer words of comfort, and to ensure funeral services that are in accordance with what your loved one would have wanted. 

We are also prepared to talk with you about cremation services; we have ample expertise in conducting honorable military funerals and veterans funerals; and we can walk you through funeral pre-planning, helping you lay out your wishes and enjoy peace of mind. 

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Louisville Memorial Gardens West understands the severity and the risk involved with the Coronavirus (Covid-19). As a public entity, we want to assure you that we are taking this Pandemic very seriously and are taking all necessary precautions to ensure that we reduce your risk to exposure while in attendance at our facility.
We are closely monitoring all communications by the Center for Disease Control and the National Funeral Directors Association as well as our local and state health agencies regarding all information on the Coronavirus (Covid-19).
To ensure that your risk is minimized while attending an event at our facility, we have put the following Emergency Plan in place:

When family members come to the cemetery office to sign paperwork for an Interment, Entombment or Inurnment, there will be a maximum of 3 family members allowed in the arrangement room.  Any others will be asked to wait outside.

Effective 4/8/2020 and for the foreseeable future we will conduct NO committal services in our chapels.    Graveside services will be allowed but with certain restrictions and guidelines.  Please call our office @ 502-447-4220 for the most up to date information on this subject.

Funeral services will be held at 50% of the Funeral Home capacity, or about 50 people with social distancing guidelines in effect.

Our staff will make environmental cleaning procedures top priority. Every 4 hours (at least) all door handles, knobs, faucets, toilets, water fountains, and any other surfaces that come into human contact will be thoroughly cleaned with an antibacterial agent. Trash cans will be emptied frequently.

Hot beverages will be available for our families but will be prepared by our staff and dispensed from CLOSED brewing containers as opposed to open air traditional coffee pots. Hot tea and cocoa will be prepared by a staff member upon request. Condiments (i.e., creamer pods and sugars) are individually wrapped and will be available to our families. Plastic tongs will be available to pick up these items. Bottled water will be available upon request (for as long as we can get it).
Hand Sanitizer, Kleenex and bacterial wipes will be provided (for as long as we can get them). 
This plan will be in place for as long as deemed necessary based on CDC guidelines.

Honoring and remembering a life is always our top priority, but public health and safety are first and foremost in our minds during this time. We have devised this plan for your protection, but we advise that if you have any concerns or apprehension about attending our facility, please stay safe at home. If you have any questions regarding restrictions during your service please contact us @ 502-447-4220

Why is Preplanning Important?

Many families find excellent value in going through the advanced planning process for their final arrangements. Advanced planning allows for you to record vital information and keep it on file with our funeral home or cemetery and eases the process your family might endure at the time of death.

Additionally, advanced planning allows for you to plan the Celebration of Life event, venue, music, disposition choice and desired final resting place. To learn more about the value of advanced planning, please read the information we have included within our website. You may also call us and we will discuss the choices you have available to you over the phone or in person.

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