Resthaven Memory Gardens Funeral & Cremation are part of the Allnutt Funeral Service group. Though the funeral home and cemetery do not bear the Allnutt name, they lead with the same priority: treat people from all walks of life like they are members of our very own family. Working together, the mortuary and cemetery are the only places in northern Colorado that accommodate a funeral service, interment and reception on the same property.
Espace pour événement adaptable
L’établissement est disponible pour vos événements personnels
- Chapelle de grande capacité
Centre célébration d'une vie
L'établissement est conçu pour les célébrations funéraires personnalisées
- Section de cimetière dédiée aux vétérans
Chapelle à espace adaptable
Notre chapelle peut être utilisée pour vos événements religieux
- Vue sur la montagne
- Espaces de cimetière disponibles
- Monuments et marqueurs personnalisés
- Piano/orgue sur place
Les caveaux familiaux sont des hommages distingués à un héritage familial. Ils peuvent être personnalisés avec du verre teint, des bancs et des aménagements paysagers
Marqueurs au sol
Marqueur au niveau du sol dans le matériau de votre choix
Monuments en hauteur
Espaces privés ou communautaires pour les urnes ainsi que les cercueils, qui peuvent être intérieurs ou extérieurs
- Animaux admis
- Cimetière sur place
- Événements avec traiteur
- Salle de réception de grande capacité
Services disponibles pour soutenir la planification d'événements
Arrangements par téléphone ou par courriel
Planification funéraire complète sans visite à la maison funéraire
Production d'un vidéo hommage
Services disponibles pour créer un hommage vidéo pour le service ou un montage à partir de photos et de vidéos
- Équipement audio et vidéo
- Sélections musicales populaires
- Salle de réception intime
- Service de voiture noire
- Escorte de police disponible
Commodités religieuses et culturelles
- Funérailles multiculturelles
- Section de cimetière musulmane
- Toilette rituelle
- Bijoux de commémoration de crémation
- Pièce permettant de voir la crémation
- Options de cimetière après crémation
- Niches pour cendres
- Livraison des cendres à la maison
- Livraison des cendres par la poste
- Jardins de crémation
Nous souhaitons que vous soyez confiant dans la planification de funérailles pour vous ou une personne aimée. Voici quelques-uns des avantages uniques que nous offrons pour aider à soulager les fardeaux émotionnels et financiers de votre famille.
Transfert des préarrangements
Dossier de planification personnelle
Avis de décès en ligne gratuit
Protection des prix
Expert de la gratitude envers les vétérans
Protection loin de la maison
Célébration de la vie
Ligne Compassion 24 heures
Un service garanti à 100 %
Avis de décès récents
Des guides gratuits envoyés dans votre boite de courriel.
Nous vous enverrons ces gratuits qui vous informeront à propos de tout ce que vous devez savoir au sujet des funérailles, de la crémation, des célébrations de la vie, des propriétés de cimetière et des avantages pour les vétérans.
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Genuine people who go the extra mile
Resthaven Funeral & Cremation opened on the grounds of Resthaven Memory Gardens in 2007 to provide a convenient place for families in the Fort Collins and Loveland communities to, and . Our funeral home associates are sensitive, respectful and compassionate. We put families first and do our very best to exceed expectations.
An accommodating Fort Collins funeral home
Located on Highway 287, our building is a comfortable, welcoming place toor and . Warm, smiling associates greet each family who walks through our doors. They are always ready to serve.
The non-denominational funeral chapel has flexible chair seating and holds about 100 people. A modern audiovisual system allows for a custom playlist or a multimedia tribute, which we are happy to create for you.
Resthaven Funeral & Cremation hosts small gatherings before or after services in our foyer.
Our private crematory
Cremation is an increasingly common choice, but not everyone knows that cremation can also include a beautiful ceremony or even a viewing with visitation. From awithout a funeral service to a cremation with a memorial that follows, we are here to help you understand the variety of arrangements that are possible and will partner with you to create a unique service for your loved one.
Though Resthaven Funeral & Cremation does not have a crematory on-site, we perform all our cremations at the private crematory, located at the Allnutt Funeral Service location in Loveland.
Let’s celebrate life
Fort Collins is a picturesque mountain town surrounded by pristine landscape. The natural beauty of this area draws people outside, and we specialize in planning personalized memorials that take advantage of this covetable backdrop. Graveside services at Resthaven Memory Gardens are common, but we also help plan anything from a mountaintop cremation ceremony to an Honor Guard salute at sunset.
Just give us a call. We are always here for you, whether you areahead of time or .
Resthaven Memory Gardens cemetery
Nestled right against the Rocky Mountains and a number of national parks, Resthaven Memory Gardens opened in the 1950s. The 34-acre cemetery is beautifully manicured and maintained. With less than half of its land developed, it has the capacity to serve several more generations of Coloradans. The property includes a pond with a bubbling fountain and lily pads and flowers peppering the surface of the water.
A place for all people
The cemetery and funeral home both serve people from all cultural and faith backgrounds. There are 10 gardens accommodating in-ground burials, above-ground interments and cremations. Mountain View Garden has lawn crypts. Devotion is the only garden where upright markers are permitted. Last Supper, Christus, Good Shepherd and Victory (the veterans garden) all have flat, bronze-on-granite markers. Last Supper II requires flat etched-granite markers.
The Garden of Tranquility is a place just for cremation urns. Designed like a park garden, it has lush foliage and a lovely little fountain. Garden of Reflections sits by the pond and offers 2 columbaria, along with several other cremation options, including raised blocks, a walkway and an ossuary. Infants can be laid to rest in the Little Angels Garden. Two mausoleums host both crypts and cremation niches.
Resthaven Memory Gardens is the only cemetery in northern Colorado to offer build-to-suit estate sites as well as private estates. It also offers a green burial option for those seeking a more natural alternative to traditional burial.
A place for pets
We know that pets are cherished family members, and many people choose to memorialize their sweet friends at Resthaven Memory Gardens. With neatly kept graves for dogs, cats, horses and other animals, the pet cemetery gives the people of Fort Collins, Loveland and surrounding areas peace of mind when it comes to their beloved companion animals.
Let us show you around
Though photos convey a lot, we invite you to come see Resthaven Memory Gardens for yourself. You are welcome to visit the cemetery anytime orto schedule a guided tour.
The Allnutt Funeral Service story began when Thomas Macy left Nantucket at the age of 9 as a stowaway on a whaling vessel. Following his service in the Civil War, he became a pioneer. He traveled as far as the Colorado mountains and settled in Greeley. He began working at Linn Grove Cemetery and became the first county coroner in 1884. In 1886, he founded T.G. Macy Undertaking.
By 1920, T.G. Macy Undertaking had four downtown Greeley locations. In 1918, one of the properties burned down. That’s when TG built the property at 702 13th St., where the Macy Chapel stands today.
A love that inspired a legacy
Fredric Allnutt arrived in Colorado from England in the late 1890s. In 1902, he married Macy’s stepdaughter, Anna Wolfenden; they both joined the business that same year.
The flu pandemic hit the area hard in 1918. The first of two H1N1 influenza viruses killed an estimated 50 million people worldwide, including many in the Greeley area. Fredric and Anna’s son John was only 15 when he was needed to drive a hearse to and from Linn Grove, Evans and Eaton cemeteries up to six times a day. He officially joined the company in 1920, the same year Frederic and Anna built their house on the 13th Street property in Greeley. It remained a personal residence until the 1980s, when the company converted it to a reception center.
Brothers building the business
The business hummed along. After graduating from the University of Denver in 1950, John’s brother, Jack, attended mortuary school in Dallas. He joined the family business in 1951.
In 1956, John and Jack’s brother, Bill, joined the business after serving in the U.S. Air Force. Around that time, the brothers bought the company’s Eaton location (which they sold in 2009).
They made Goodrich Mortuary, on East Olive Street in Fort Collins, part of the Allnutt group in 1984.
Bill’s son, Rick, joined the company in 1985. That’s about the time Allnutt bought Hunter Chapel in Loveland. The next year, they bought Estes Park Mortuary.
The company added Reager Funeral Home and Crematory to its portfolio in 1994. That same year, Allnutt Funeral Service began operating its first care center. (That property was sold in 2011. By that time, the care center had been relocated to Hunter Chapel.)
Estes Park Mortuary got a new chapel in 1995. A new Fort Collins location—the current location—was built in 1996.
In 2007, the family purchased its first funeral home/cemetery location, Resthaven Memory Gardens Funeral & Cremation, in Fort Collins. Seeing a need for a place for people to memorialize their pets, they added a pet cemetery.
That same year, on March 16, the beloved Jack Allnutt died. The family converted the original family home from a reception center to Jack’s Place, a community meeting place and temporary lodging for those attending funerals or visiting sick loved ones nearby.
In 2012, Allnutt Funeral Service acquired Callahan-Edfast Mortuary and Crematory in Grand Junction, expanding its reach to the families of the Western Slope. Additionally, the company bought Grant Mortuaries, in Craig and Meeker, Colorado.
Today, Allnutt Funeral Service is part of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. Family proprietors Rick Allnutt and Susan Hughes and Bill and Dee Allnutt carry on the family enterprise, which includes 12 locations in western and northern Colorado and western Nebraska.
Commentaires des clients
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"Overall a positive experience of one can say that about burying a loved one. The staff was very helpful and it always felt heard. Also everyone was very patient."
"My parents had set up all of their funeral arrangements. Paid for all before."
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"Staff extremely helpful"
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