The Fort Myers Difference
Since 1954, we have been honored to deliver healing experiences to the Fort Myers community. We exist to serve the unique needs of every family. Learn our story. Lean on us. And let our expertise lead you through the best experience possible.
We’re here to give you care and comfort as we help guide you through the planning journey.
We invite you to discover who has made Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home & Cemetery the ultimate provider of creating healing experiences in the community. This section contains the heritage, vision, and the people behind Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home & Cemetery's reputation of quality, sincerity, and trust.
Comfort & solace since 1954
Fort Myers Memorial Gardens has served our community since 1954. Our striking mausoleums with three magnificent chapels, garden and private mausoleums have all been designed to bring solace and comfort to your family.
Splendor for acres
Landscaped gardens and special areas for Masonic, Jewish, and Veteran communities are some of the major highlights of our facility.
Established in 1984, the Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home was added to provide additional convenience to our families.
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Years in Business
We're members of the local community who have many years of experience caring for families from all backgrounds and all walks of life. Families know they can count on us to provide them the comfort they need when they need it most.
Dan Bryan comes from a rich family heritage of funeral service. He is a graduate of the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and brings over 35 years of experience to Southwest Florida. He is passionate about serving others in their time of need and is committed to excellence in all he does. Dan is married to the love of his life, has four amazing daughters and two awesome grandchildren. He is devoted to his family, committed to his faith, and looks forward to the many adventures life has to offer!
Area Sales Director
Bob Harrington joined Fort Myers Memorial Gardens in 2020 after over ten years in the industry, first learning the business in Kalamazoo Michigan and then working in Oak Brook Illinois. This is Bob's second career after spending 30 years in the custom home and remodeling industry where he learned how valuable customer service is. Being raised in the Midwest, integrity, accountability, and working long hours to get where you need to be, were the minimum expectations which is what made the transition into this industry so easy.
Bob's passion for helping families prepare for the future, as well as those at the time of need, is displayed with every family he meets. "Thank you for making this so easy for us", are the kind of remarks from families that drive him to treat every family as he would his own.
In his free time Bob and his wife Cindy enjoy the outdoors and spending as much time as possible visiting and hosting their 6 adult children and 8 grandchildren.
Funeral Home Manager
Tim has been in the funeral services profession since 1983, and has helped served thousands of families. It is his job to oversee other funeral directors and associate staff, and to help grieving families.
Being able to help families in their greatest time of need motivates Tim to do what he does best. “Knowing they’ve come in with questions they don’t even know they have — and then having the experience to answer them — is the best part of my job,” he says. “What sets us apart is our people. We have one of the most experienced staffs in Lee County.”
We illuminate paths to peace with personalized ceremonies and memorial tributes that honor your loved one.
What Families Are Saying
Arrangements were preplanned and prepaid. Funeral home did a great job in honoring my loved one's wishes. Did not try to up sale services and that was very much appreciated during a very emotional time. Everyone was compassionate and went above and beyond to assist. Thank you, great job!!Carol Schmidt 5 stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
The entire team at Fort Myers Memorial Gardens handled my fathers unexpected passing with the utmost compassion and professionalism. They were there for our family and continue to be during this uncertain time in our country. The Fabbri family would like to thank Daniel, Tim, Samantha and the rest of the employees at Fort Myers Memorial Gardens.Thomas F. 5 stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Errin Epstein was wonderful in helping us make our final plans. He was able to answer all our questions, and was so patient in explaining all the possible choices. He treated us with the utmost respect and made it a positive experience. We left knowing our decisions would be respected and carried out smoothly.Norman And Adrienne Schreiber 5 stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
News & Events
Event May 30, 2022
Memorial Day 2022
Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home and Cemetery has announced that they will be hosting their annual Memorial Day service with cookout immediately following. The annual live service honoring local and national heroes is to take place in Fort Myers Memorial Gardens’ Field of Honor at 9:30am on Monday, May 30th. The ceremony will include military aircraft fly over, participation from the Guns N Hoses Pipes and Drum Corps of SW FL, Harney Point VFW Post 8463 of Cape Coral, with the keynote addresses delivered by the Congressman Byron Donalds, Representative of Southwest Florida District 19 and U.S. Army Infantry Officer and Vietnam War Veteran, Dennis Battles, who served as a Rifle Platoon Leader in Vietnam and then later, commanded a Rifle Company while serving with the Berlin Brigade, Berlin, Germany. Members of the Collier-Lee Honor Flight, Wreaths Across America, and Mission United – a United Way Program to Serve Those Who Have Served will also participate. Beginning at 8:00 am on Saturday, May 28th, community members will have the opportunity to place flags on each of the graves of the many veterans resting in the cemetery. Interested participants should arrive at the location’s Colonial Family Center at that time to await further instructions. This is an excellent opportunity for our community to come together to acknowledge our local and national heroes and honor the sacred resting places of our veteran community. Together, we will recognize and reflect on the sacrifices made by so many to ensure our freedom.
News Apr. 14, 2021
FEMA Offers to Help Families Cover Funeral Costs
Up to $9,000 in aid may be available for those who suffered the loss of a loved one from COVID-19.
News Feb. 03, 2021
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We offer a healthy work/life balance and invite ideas and innovation. Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home & Cemetery is where our team members' purpose and passion unite.