Spilsbury Mortuary stands majestic against the desert sandstone cliffs of St. George, Utah. A place of genuine caring and compassion, its serene setting provides an elegant backdrop for all types of memorial services. Spilsbury Mortuary is a trusted name in the funeral industry. We are known for giving personalized attention to each family that we have the opportunity to serve. Our staff carries out every detail of your wishes with care and compassion.
You can be confident that every aspect of a service will be directed with a warm combination of friendship, dignity, and excellence. We offer an environment where families from all religious denominations and walks of life may select their preference from a wide range of services and options.
Robert Eric Dammann
Robert Eric Dammann – 42- passed away on September 23, 2020 . Robert was born on Dec. 14, 1977 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Dennis & Carolyn Dammann. When Robert was 7 his family moved to St. George. Robert loved sports. He started running in track meets and even held the state record […]
Carolyn Naegle Garner
Carolyn Naegle Garner 1940 – 2020 Carolyn Naegle Garner passed away peacefully in her home September 21, 2020. Carolyn was born January 21, 1940 in Salt Lake City, UT. She was adopted by her parents Raymond B. and Maude Lemmon Naegle. She had no knowledge of her birth parents and was always so grateful for […]
Rhaldo Albert Turner
Rhaldo Albert Turner was born September 7,1928, to James and Pearl Turner, the fourth of nine children. He returned to his Heavenly home on Sept 22, 2020. He is survived by his wife, Cindy Turner; daughters Beverly (Frank) Rudy, Marianne (David) Marken, Kathryn (Fernando, deceased) Del Toro, Cheryl Bailey Turner, Erika (Mark) Hodges, Lisa Bailey; sons […]
Mildred Claire Forsyth
On the early morning of September 19, 2020, Mildred Claire Forsyth passed peacefully in her sleep from complications related to COVID-19. Claire, as she preferred to go by, was born December 24, 1932 in Pocatello, Idaho to Ernest Peter Lyon Isham and Mildred Alice Brower. She was the third of four children. Her family later […]
Richard Morgan Lee
Hurricane, UT: Richard Morgan Lee age 92 was called home by his Heavenly Father on Friday, September 18, 2020. He was born March 23, 1928 to Franklin and Mable Morgan Lee in St. George Utah. Richard was married to Rosemary Spears Church Lee, on August 22, 1950 in the St. George Temple. Richard was the […]
William John Whatcott
William John Whatcott, 87, passed away on September 5, 2020, from natural causes. He was born April 16, 1933, to Lenox Irvin and Martha Marie Nelson Whatcott in Lynndyl, Utah, the last of six children. He grew up in Kanosh and Lynndyl, Utah and attended Delta High School. Blessed with athletic ability and a competitive […]
Billy Max Coleman
The rock and anchor of our family, Husband, Father, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Great, Great Grandfather, passed away Thursday afternoon September 10th, 2020 at the age of 83, of complications of leukemia. Billy Max Coleman was born September 27th, 1936 in Big Springs, Texas to Deck Coleman and Dorothy Inez Maxwell. He married his high […]
Bruce Alt Blakemore
Bruce Alt Blakemore, 81, passed away on 15 September 2020. Bruce was born 4 July 1939, in Orange, California to Claude Coulehan Blakemore and Violet Elaine Alt. Bruce married Claudette Joyce Felper, 17 January 1970, in Redlands, California. Bruce was raised in Burlington and San Diego, California. He attended San Diego State University and graduated […]
Robert Steven Hinton
Robert Steven Hinton was born on February 21, 1950 and died at home on September 8, 2020 Steven was born in Visalia, California to Glendon M. Hinton and Irma Mable Woods Hinton. The family moved to Hurricane, Utah when Steven was 2 years old. Steven loves Utah but especially Southern Utah. He graduated from Hurricane […]
Merl Prince, age 95, passed away on September 11, 2020. Merl was born on May 5, 1925 in New Harmony, Utah, to James Irving Prince and Mary Edna (Russell) Prince. He was the second child, and his siblings included Lola (DeMille), Maureen (Lunt) and Darrell Prince. Merl was raised on the family farm in New […]
“Come Unto Me”
“Come Unto Me” graces the grand foyer of our facility just outside the chapel at the top of our grand staircase. Since its unveiling in 2001, this beautiful bronze statue has inspired overwhelming emotional responses by the thousands who have seen it.
I am writing this note with love in my heart as I reflect on my life as a funeral director. The funeral profession has changed considerably as have I. Each day, I am filled with a peaceful satisfaction concerning families well served. In humble silence, I truly feel thankful to be a funeral director and for the tender moments that we have experienced together.