Located in Grand Junction, Martin Mortuary has provided high quality care and compassionate service to Colorado residents for more than 100 years. We help families plan funeral and memorial services that honor loved ones while offering comfort to family and friends.
- Catered Receptions
- Crematorium On-Site
- Event Space
A welcoming funeral home
Our funeral home has a chapel, reception hall, private staterooms, on-site crematory, limousine and funeral coach services. These amenities, paired with our personal touch, provide families a place to gather, share memories and reflect.
Martin Mortuary also has beautifully landscaped grounds that include a lake, fountain and rose garden. Our chapel comfortably seats 300 guests, while our balcony accommodates an additional 150 people. For catered events and refreshments, our reception hall is available to families to enjoy before or after a service. In addition, the balcony houses an organ and piano for music during services.
Dedication to serving you
It is our philosophy to bring dedication and compassion to those we serve, making a difference in the lives we touch. Our funeral directors are ready to help you sort through the options and answer your questions. Families are encouraged to offer suggestions, so we can create a tribute that celebrates life. When life is well celebrated, the journey to healing may begin.
Please contact us to learn more about our funeral home in Grand Junction, or tour our funeral home. Everyone at Martin Mortuary welcomes the opportunity to assist you with all your funeral and memorial needs.
Martin’s Mortuary and on-site crematory is located in Grand Junction, Colorado. Established by F.C. Martin and his wife in 1917, our funeral home's original location was at 648 Main Street. Two years later the building at 623 Colorado Avenue was purchased and occupied for the next 21 years. Then in 1940, our current funeral home was constructed at 550 North Avenue.
Martin’s Mortuary was operated by the Martin family for 3 generations. Founders F.C. Martin and his wife were followed in 1937 by Edward Martin and his wife. In 1952, Paul E. Martin and his wife joined the firm, which remained in the Martin family until 1982, at which time R.A. "Bob" Crist and his son, Martin, became the owners.
We are a member of the Colorado Funeral Directors Association and National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA). Edward Martin served as both vice-president and president of NFDA, was the president of CFD and held various other offices as well.
Additionally, we have been members of National Selected Morticians and National Association of Approved Morticians. Membership in these organizations is by invitation only. Members are required to maintain the highest standards of professionalism and business qualifications.