We have years of experience caring for families from all walks of life, cultures and faiths. Our unsurpassed staff and our family provide kind, caring, professional service. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession who are dedicated to excellence in service, adhere to the highest funeral industry standards, and have exceptional integrity. We consistently earn phenomenally high customer satisfaction survey results.
Our licensed, professional staff is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We will even come to you to make arrangements in the comfort of your home.
Prompt, compassionate service is always just a phone call away, where and when you need it.
Larry Davis comes to Bunkers Mortuaries, Cemeteries and Crematories with nearly 40 years of experience in the Funeral Industry. He worked for 15 years in Los Angeles, Ca for a leading funeral company before moving to Las Vegas nearly 25 years ago. He is active in the community with the Episcopal Church, supporter of Catholic Charities, Trauma Intervention Program, and Nevada Public Radio. He enjoys spending time at home with his husband, Lee, walking their dogs, watching the Aviators play at the Las Vegas Ballpark, or an evening at the Smith Center. Larry truly believes that everyone has the right to be honored when they die. No matter how large or small that remembrance is Bunkers Mortuaries, Cemeteries, and Crematories can handle your request.
Twenty four years ago, Olen started his career in the funeral industry. Currently, he is the family service and sales manager, but has also worked as a cemetery general manager as well as being a licensed funeral director. He and his wife Diane has lived in Las Vegas for over 5 years. They have 5 children and 6 grandchildren.
Olen has also been active in the military community since serving on active duty during the Vietnam era. His connections to the Air Force has been ongoing for over 28 years serving as a Pilot and Chaplain (Lt. Colonel) and in the Air Force auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol, as member of the United States Air Force Volunteer Reserves as the Command Chaplain, (Colonel) over the 10th Region for the of the Joint Service Command.
Olen is honored to be part of the Bunkers’ team.
Lennette (Harris) Smith was born and raised in Gary, Indiana where she graduated from East Chicago Central High School. She moved to Columbus, Ohio in 1994 to raise her three children. While living in Ohio, Lennette was employed in the accounting field for over 17 years. In 2010, she married her husband Andy and inherited two additional children. Lennette’s family moved back to Indiana where she was given the opportunity to change careers. After much praying and a lot of spiritual guidance, she enrolled in Ivy Tech Mortuary School where she was awarded the Kappa Kappa Kappa Scholarship for Second Career and the NFDA Executive Scholarship. Lennette graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Mortuary Science in 2014 from Ivy Tech Northwest. In 2015, her family relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada and Lennette began a new career in the funeral industry. Since her relocation to Nevada, Lennette has been awarded 2017 Meet the Mentor Awards from the (NFDA) National Funeral Directors Association. Lennette is an active member of One Body in Christ Christian Church, Las Vegas, Nevada.
She has recently finished her embalming apprenticeship and is pursuing her embalmer’s license. Lennette has participated and raised funds for the Out of the Dark campaign and Walk for a Cure campaign. She is compassionate and caring and loves helping families. Lennette has been servicing the Las Vegas area with compassion and dignity since 2015 and has been an important part of the Bunker’s Team since 2017.
Family Service Counselor
Mae has been serving families in the funeral and cemetery industry for over 13 years. She recently relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada and decided to continue her career with the Bunkers Group. Her past experience involved working for the Catholic Cemeteries & Mortuaries of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and Rose Hills Memorial Park. She has been acknowledged as a Certified Service Professional, Associate of the Quarter, and Market Premier Performer.
Born in Los Angeles, California, Mae is proficient in both English and Spanish, thanks to her maternal family and her five-year missionary experience in South America. Mae was recently married, becoming the new Mrs. Fullmer, and the mother of a newly blended family totaling six wonderful children. Mae is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and voluntarily serves in the Relief Society ministry. She enjoys camping, hiking, biking, shooting, crafts, good dining places, blockbuster movies, and Legend of Zelda video games. Mae is currently studying to become a Licensed Family Therapist. She also has the goal of someday serving a full-time mission alongside her beloved husband during their retirement years. Choosing the right and serving families with kindness and compassion are the core values Mae continually strives for.
Family Service Counselor
Stephanie has worked in the Funeral Industry since 2015. She decided to pursue this career when one of her close friends passed away. Since she had experienced grief of her own; she felt a strong calling to help others through the worst day of their life. She enjoys meeting new people and listening to their stories regarding their loved ones. She feels it’s very important to celebrate the life of those who have passed on, and provide family members a unique memorial to go visit them to honor their memory.
Stephanie was born and raised in Southern Nevada. Before working in the Funeral Industry, she worked in a variety of occupations, all relating to customer service. After graduating with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from UNLV in 2002, she worked as a Graphic Designer for most of her career. Then she pursued her interest in baking, and earned a certification from Le Corden Bleu in Las Vegas in 2012. She continues to use her artistic skills by incorporating them in her profession as a Family Service Counselor, and a Licensed Agent in Nevada to Prearrange Cemetery Plots and Funerals.
Family Service Counselor
Martha comes to Bunkers Mortuaries, cemeteries and crematory with over 11 years of solid Sales Experience. Attending Riverside Community College, she graduated with a Certificate in Bilingual Community Interpreting. She has since acquired licenses and is currently authorized to sell Life Insurance, Funeral & Cemetery Arrangements. In her spare time, Martha is a volunteer with Nevada Donor Network, and various other organizations.
Martha was born in beautiful country of Guatemala before her family came to the United States when she was a small child where they settled in California, but Martha has been a proud resident of the State of Nevada for 19 years. She is the proud mother of 3 amazing children and the even prouder grandmother of two grandsons. She enjoys living in Las Vegas where she can take advantage of the great shows, movies and Lake Mead. She also enjoys her daily CrossFit classes, running and hiking all over the beautiful Las Vegas Valley. When she is not proudly chasing her dreams, she is performing various DYI projects on her home and spending time with her family and friends.
Family Service Counselor
Alicia has been in the Cemetery/Funeral Industry for over 20 years in Miami, Florida and Las Vegas, Nevada assisting families at times of need and pre arrangements. She has also gone out into the communities giving informative seminars on the subject. Being second generation born in Argentina, raised in Miami, Florida and Spain she is also bilingual. Alicia embraces her Italian heritage and enjoys cooking, being surrounded by her husband, three children and their spouses and two grandchildren. St. Jude and the ASPCA are charities that are dear to her.
You are welcome to call us any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance. Or, visit our funeral home in person at your convenience.