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A family operated mortuary has much at stake. Our family name and personal integrity are on the line each time we work with a family in need.
Because decisions on running the funeral home happen right here in your San Diego area community, your needs are met quickly - no matter what they are.
For the most options and best value in funeral care, we encourage you to turn to the caring people at your locally family operated funeral home - National City and Chula Vista Mortuary & Cremation Service, serving the San Diego communities with experience of more than 50 years.
How can I ever thank you enough for the wonderful care you gave my sister. During our time of greatest sorrow we were comforted by your gentle way. I can’t imagine the loss of a loved one without your presence, certain that every detail would be attended to with dignity and grace.
Our site includes those frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) related to our services. If we may be of further assistance, please contact us by email, telephone or visit us in person at our facilities. (We encourage you to call ahead to ensure we can give you our undivided attention.)
Each of us will be involved with the death of our family members, friends or acquaintances at some point in our lives and may need professional assistance in handling these transitions that occur naturally.
Depending on your involvement and previous experiences, you may feel ranges of emotion, from being completely lost and not knowing where to start, all the way through knowing exactly what your needs are and how to realize them.
Our family and staff are available to guide you through these difficult and challenging times.
Sincerely Yours…The King Family
San Diego Mortuary & Cremation Care
At National City and Chula Vista Mortuary you deal with licensed funeral directors, experienced in presenting all of the options available to you. Funeral directors are caregivers and administrators. They make the arrangements for transportation of the body, complete all necessary paperwork, and implement the choices made. Funeral directors are listeners, advisors and supporters with experience assisting the bereaved in coping with death.
Our compassionate commitment to the families we serve is the foundation from which our reputation is built. Although we honor the dead, we truly do serve the living, those left behind to celebrate a loved one's life.
Through our dedicated staff, we serve our San Diego families with respect and dignity, creating a meaningful service, ensuring that the last memory is one that begins with compassion and peace.