Swan-Law Funeral Directors has been a name associated with high quality funeral service in the Colorado Springs area since 1912. Originally named Swan Funeral Home and Law Undertakers after our founders who played a key role in the development of the Colorado Spings community. Additionally, Russell Law played a key role in bringing Fort Carson to Colorado Springs.
In the mid 1970s, Stanley Newman purchased both companies, creating Swan-Law Funeral Directors, which continues today. Besides being a well-known businessman in Colorado Springs, serving as a Rotary District Governor, he also helped build the U.S. National Cemetery in Cambridge, England at the end of World War II.
The high standard of quality service created by our founders sustains Swan-Law Funeral Directors today.