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.
Timothy "Caide" Roberts
Timothy “Caide” Roberts passed away July 1, 2020. He was born in St George UT on Nov 15, 1995 to Tim and Kelle Peterson Roberts. Caide was born in St George, he moved to Diamond Valley Ut where he went to Elementary school. They then moved to Dammeron Valley and he went to Dixie Jr […]
Donald Ross Hafen
Donald Ross Hafen, 86 passed on July 1, 2020 He was born on July 19, 1933 in St. George, Utah to Arthur Knight Hafen and Orilla Woods Hafen the youngest of 14 children. On July 18, 1952 Don married Elva Jones in St. George, Utah (divorced 1976) On November 18,1987 Don wedded Sharon Ross Hafen […]
Sara (Roberta) Hammon
Sara (Roberta) Hammon, age 45, passed on peacefully on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. She was born December 5, 1974 to Shari Bistline and Johnathan Marion Daunt Hammon in Hildale, Utah. She graduated with the class of ’93 from Pine View High School, in St. George Utah. Sara was the youngest of her mother’s six biological […]
Merril Daniel Barlow
Merril Daniel Barlow of Colorado City, Arizona He was born February 25, 1971 at Hildale, Utah to Karen Lauritzen and Truman I Barlow. He Married Noreen Jessop April 25, 1993. Merril was the 13th of 19 children. He lived his life in Colorado City and went to the Colorado City Unified School. Merril loved his […]
Dan Kirk Keltner
Dan Kirk Keltner, age 69, passed away June 26, 2020. He was born October 31, 1950, in Miles City, Montana to Nolia and Lawrence Keltner. He married Sandra Malinski on October 10, 1970 in Glendive, Montana. He is survived by wife Sandra Keltner, children Shawn Keltner (Kim), Michelle Woodland (Wendell), and Bryce Keltner (Kami), 19 […]
Judy Holinstat, 81, an amazing friend to many, passed away on Wednesday June 24, 2020. Judy was born in Detroit Michigan and attended Michigan State and Wayne State University. She spent 24 years working at Cola-Cola Enterprises in south Florida. Once retired she excitedly moved to St. George Utah where she found a new […]
Ruth Ortega Syddall
, 74, passed away Thursday, June 25, 2020 with her loving husband, Richard, and daughter, Rhonda, by her side. Ruth was born April 1, 1946 in Costilla, New Mexico. She grew up the youngest of 9 children. Ruth attended Grantsville High School and completed two years of community college. She also lived in Washington, Hawaii, […]
Almo B. Simmons ll
Almo B. Simmons ll, passed away on Friday, June 26th, in St. George, Utah. He was born on November 1, 1933, to Almo B. Simmons l, and Alene Cluff in Provo, Utah. Almo graduated from Provo High, BYU and Rutgers University. He was active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and served […]
Cordia Erynne Jones Jorgensen Watkins
Cordia Erynne Jones Jorgensen Watkins was born Dec. 22, 1940, in Los Angeles CA, the oldest child of Richard Greenwood Jones and VerdaBelle Cox Jones. Cordia passed away June 27, 2020, following a nine year battle with cancer as a down winder of Hanford WA. Her siblings include Rowen Cox (Zella) Jones, Rance Richard (Jody) […]
Valerie Eve Jensen
Valerie Eve Jensen, 66, beloved Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt, and Friend, passed away Tuesday, June 23, 2020 in St. George. She was born April 9, 1954 in Payson, Utah, the youngest child of Lovell Squire and Evelyn Elmer Brook. She grew up in Spring Lake and Payson, graduating from Payson High School. She served a mission […]
“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.