Honoring and Celebrating
The Lives Lived

Every funeral service should reflect the unique individual being remembered. At Feldman Memorial, we celebrate these special lives with meaningful services and appropriate arrangements that respect the customs and traditions of the diverse Denver communities we serve.

Feldman Memorial is built on the belief that honoring and remembering your loved ones is a unique and individual experience. We listen to and respect the wishes of our families and are here to help you create a memorial, funeral or celebration of life that reflects and honors the wishes of your loved one. Comforting the bereaved and caring for your loved one is our greatest privilege.

Please spend some time browsing our site to learn more about our pre-planning services, Celebrations of Life and Memorial Services and the cremation services we offer. You’ll find advice, grief support and funeral etiquette. Each of us must deal with grief in our own way. Our Path To Healing provides a broad range of resources to help you along your own personal journey.

It’s our honor and responsibility to serve you.


Our Current Obituaries


"Thank you so very much for the attention and care you gave to our family during this most difficult time. Every aspect of your services was superb: consultation, transfer to the funeral home, presence at the cemetery, response to questions, and even replenishing acknowledgment cards. Each person that we dealt with on the phone or in-person was caring, considerate and professional. You handled our questions and sorrow with patience and kindness. Your knowledge, rapport, and efficiency were exemplary. We can’t thank you enough for making the arrangements for this sad time stress-free. Please extend our gratitude to your entire staff." - K. L.


"I know listening, having compassion and asking the right questions is only a small part of your job, BUT going through this process can only, at least for me, make it more comfortable. Thank you for your gentleness in performing, your very professional job." L. F.