Green Acres Mortuary and Green Acres Memorial Park are located in Bloomington. Together, this caring funeral home and cemetery provide San Bernardino County and the surrounding communities with compassionate services. When you choose a funeral home located on cemetery grounds, you're able to conveniently take care of everything needed for a personalized, memorable memorial.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
- Cremation Memorials
- Customized Memorials
- Double-depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Scattering Garden for Cremation
- Veterans Cemetery Section
- Water Feature
Honoring traditions, personalizing funerals
We are committed to caring for people from a range of religions, backgrounds and cultures at Green Acres Mortuary with a real dedication to creating truly personalized funerals and memorials. We specialize in services that reflect the uniqueness of a life and capture the essence of a loved one. A flyover during a veterans funeral, a classic car processional or a library filled with favorite books are just a few examples of how we incorporate personality and passion into every service we touch.
Contemporary and comfortable spaces
We've refreshed our funeral home and amenities to accommodate today's modern families. Our light-filled, non-denominational chapel seats up to 180 guests. It has 2 mounted 55-inch flat-screen TVs for multimedia slideshows—or favorite movies.
You can count on us
We provide professional, courteous service as you and your family navigate difficult times. The experienced team is dedicated to exceeding expectations. Many of us speak both English and Spanish. Please call us whenever we can help you.
Green Acres Mortuary & Green Acres Memorial Park are members of the Dignity Memorial® network, the largest group of funeral, burial and cremation service providers in North America. As we grow and evolve, we remain committed to providing the personal and professional service that the people of Bloomington and San Bernardino County have come to expect.
Green Acres Memorial Park was developed in the 1950s by Henry Maag on Central Avenue in Bloomington. It was designed using what was then a novel approach to a cemetery: a park-like property with lush lawns and a vast array of gardens in which to honor loved ones.
Green Acres Memorial Park is also unusual because it was built all at once and not in phases. For this reason, available grave sites are not limited to select areas of the cemetery property, but are instead located throughout each of our unique manicured gardens. This means that you have more freedom in finding the right resting place for yourself or your loved one.
Green Acres Mortuary was built on the grounds of Green Acres Memorial Park in 1973. Together, they've provided the people of Bloomington with funeral, memorial and cemetery services in a compassionate manner that's always professional.
Green Acres Memorial Park
Situated on 60 acres, the park-like Green Acres Memorial Park offers a picturesque permanent resting place in Bloomington.
Burial options and unique gardens
Our well-manicured cemetery offers standard ground-burial options with flush-to-ground monuments, memorial and cremation benches, mausoleums, private family estates and more.
Green Acres Memorial Park has several pretty gardens, including the Veterans Circle, which has a monument with U.S. armed forces medallions and an American flag. The Veterans Circle is also available to police officers, firefighters and other civil servants.
The Guardian Angel columbarium was designed for the interment of cremated remains. Green Acres Memorial Park also has a cremation garden as well as a garden devoted to members of the Jewish faith.
Religious statues and more
The Good Shepherd Garden includes a serene lake and fountain along with a Carrara marble statue inscribed with the 23rd Psalm.
There are several other statues throughout the cemetery, including a monument of Our Lady of Guadalupe and a 9-foot statue of Jesus Christ, along with additional water features that add to the memorial park’s tranquil atmosphere.
Pictures convey a lot, but we invite you to come see the cemetery for yourself. Please call us if you'd like a guided tour.
A caring part of the Bloomington community
We are engaged members of the Bloomington community, hosting funeral-planning seminars and memorial events that are open to the public.
We hold 2 Memorial Day services: a mass in the morning and a memorial later in the day. The memorial service is arranged with the help and support of local chapters of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Our Día de los Muertos celebration in November includes face painting for kids, refreshments for all and a mass to remember those who have passed on.
In conjunction with the Bridge Church of the Nazarene, we host a candlelight service each December. Any family who wishes to many place a candle on a loved one's grave. Then, we gather at the top of a hill and look out over the cemetery while someone from the church leads a service of reflection and love.