Palm Cheyenne Mortuary

7400 West Cheyenne Avenue, Las Vegas, NV


Louis Mortillaro

December 8, 1944October 14, 2018

Louis Mortillaro was born on December 8, 1944 and passed away on October 14, 2018.


Louis Mortillaro

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Dwight Jimerson

September 4, 2019

He stood out....What I remember is his cordial personality...... I just called his office and found out today 9/4/2019. I had sent him a letter and it was forwarded to another address so I called to find out what was going on and was told that he had passed, he was a good man.

Sherrie Lewis

October 23, 2018

I first started going to him for pain management from a car accident. When I met him he had a big smile on his face and shared story’s about his theater days in collage. When I was having a hard time he would tell me to just breath he showed me what a good inhale and exhale looked like. He will be missed. My prayers go out to his wife, family and friends.

Lori Madden Grammer

October 23, 2018

Dr Mortillaro has been helping me to deal with Work Comp insurance abuse and neglect since 2013. He has been my "rock" through all of this, and has kept me strong. His nickname for me is LMG-he often spoke of what a strong woman I am and an excellent RN, as he informed me that he did research on me to see what kind of Nurse I was. I will never, ever forget the kind spirit of Dr Mortillaro and I believe his words will comfort me in the years to come. Thank you to Dr Mortillaro and especially for being such a Model of Dignity, Ethics and Strength.


October 20, 2018

Louis was an amazing human being, a great clinician, and dear friend. He helped me with my pain patients over the past 20 years. I am so saddened by his passing and I will miss him terribly. The mental health community has lost one of the best. RIP LOUIE ❤️❤️

Neal Hyman

October 17, 2018

Dr. Mortillaro was a great psychologist, expert and person. I used him for the first time when I started my own law firm in 2005, and have used him periodically over the years. All my clients said how much he cared, and how thoughtful and understanding he was. He will be greatly missed. My sympathy goes to his family.

Jarex Shafer

October 17, 2018

Great friend, talented professional, and a ball to travel with. I will miss him, as will all who knew him.
Sholom, Louis

Josh Aicklen

October 16, 2018

I am very sorry for your loss. I worked with Lou as my expert and also when he was my opponent's expert. He was always a professional and a gentleman. I will miss him. God bless him and your family.

Best personal regards,

Josh Aicklen