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We celebrate life
Let's start with a story. Tell us a story about your loved one's life and we will listen closely so we can create a memorial that honors and celebrates their passions, personality and individuality. Was he an avid angler? We can display his treasured fishing rods and help you create a video tribute showcasing his best catches. Did she love playing bridge? We can organize a tournament and give personalized packs of playing cards to each guest. Prefer a more traditional funeral service? We are happy to do that, too. No matter which type of service you choose, we will go the extra mile to meet your needs and expectations.
Trusted funeral provider
We are a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. Bastian & Perrott, Oswald Mortuary offers the exclusive benefits of the network: national transferability of prearranged funeral services, a bereavement travel program, a 24-Hour Compassion Helpline® and access to an acclaimed grief management library.
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Bastian & Perrott, Oswald Mortuary was founded in 1969 by Ed Perrott and George Bastian with a clear purpose: to help those in the Northridge, Reseda, Lake Balboa and surrounding communities celebrate the lives of their loved ones with respectful and memorable funeral services.
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"We are a community of religious sisters who have used this mortuary for many years and are very satisfied with their services"
"Very please with your service"
"Everyone was wonderful and very respectful."
"Had some unforeseen issues that were solved by our funeral planners. Lovely viewing. Lots of personal attention. Those that came for her body were especially kind and considerate."
"Moving out of state"