Funeral and cremation

Delano Mortuary


How may we help you?

Delano Mortuary has been providing funeral and cremation services to the Delano area for more than 50 years. We can accommodate the most important aspects of funeral customs through the exclusive services we offer, so that families like yours can honor your loved ones in accordance with your culture.



Religious & Cultural


Our Difference

We want you to feel confident planning a funeral for yourself or a loved one. Here are some of the unique benefits we offer to help relieve your family of emotional and financial burdens.

  • National plan transferability

  • Personal Planning Guide

  • Free online obituary

  • Price protection

  • Experts in honoring veterans

  • Away from home protection

  • Celebration of life

  • Compassion help line

  • 100% Dignity Service Guarantee

Recent Obituaries


Honoring your traditions

Front exterior at Delano MortuaryRegardless of your religious, social or family traditions, we strive to exceed your wishes and create a memorable and fitting tribute. At Delano Mortuary, we honor your traditions, offering out-of-country transfers and in-home visitation.

Our team of trained professionals welcomes you for traditional, specialty or for cremation services. Here at Delano Mortuary, we are ready to meet your reception needs, with a beautiful banquet room.

Trusted funeral services provider

We're a proud member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. As North America's premier provider of funeral, cremation and cemetery services, the Dignity Memorial brand is your assurance of quality, value, caring service and exceptional customer satisfaction.


An architectural gem, Delano Mortuary provides one of the few small farming communities in America with a building designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

In the late 1950s, owners Cecil and Betty LaCourse wanted to expand the Delano Mortuary building in downtown Delano. They purchased 10 acres of land on the edge of town and asked the famous Frank Lloyd Wright to design their new building.

Wright’s passing two weeks later marked the beginning of a long journey that wouldn’t see the building completed until 1967. Thanks to detailed drawings left by Mr. Wright and the dedication of the architects at Taliesin West, the integrity of Wright’s vision for this building was maintained.

Today, as a Dignity Memorial provider, Delano Mortuary has been restored to Wright’s original design. Our amazing facility, most likely the last design accomplishment of this master architect, is available, by appointment, to be toured.

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