History & Staff
Personalized service options allow you to honor your loved ones in a way that is both meaningful and healing. We hope to provide support and caring while delivering memorial services that celebrate life and help families find the peace they deserve.
If you’re seeking an honorable celebration of life, we invite you to learn more about where we came from, our vision, and the dedicated people behind our work.
A History of Caring
Howard A. Bring
Bring Funeral Home was founded in 1928 by Alvin and Ella Bring and their son, Howard. Bring's continued under the leadership of Howard's daughter, Susan Bring, until her retirement in 2011. Today, our dedicated and caring staff continue to uphold the Bring tradition by meeting the individual needs of each family, while providing the highest quality of service, at a fair price, at our convenient and well maintained facility.
Facts You Should Know
The following excerpts are from a booklet entitled, "FACTS You Should Know" (Copyright O. F. Barnhart, 1950, San Gabriel, California) which was written by Alvin and Howard Bring.
"Mortuary Science goes back to antiquity; laws, rules and customs fill volumes; it is obvious that the subject cannot be fully treated in this small booklet, however, feel free to ask us any question on this vital subject. Your answer will be authoritative and given without the slightest obligation."
Very truly yours,
"I have no higher aspiration than to serve the people of Tucson as my father has served you. He has built an enviable reputation for integrity; so shall I. Honor has been the keystone of his life; it shall be mine. He has never given a promise lightly; once given it is a sacred trust; so, too, shall mine."
Very truly yours,
Howard A. Bring
Susan J. Bring - Recipient of the 2013 "Lifetime Achievement Award"
Presented by the Arizona Funeral, Cemetery & Cremation Association
Our Staff’s Dedication to Respectful Care
A funeral, or memorial service, should provide family members and loved ones with the chance to reflect, remember, and celebrate a life well-lived. Our goal is to create exceptional services and experiences that fulfill the wishes of your loved one. Our experienced Funeral Directors provide guidance on the crucial first steps toward healing.
Location leader, Funeral Director, and Funeral Celebrant
I was born and raised here so I am proud to say that Tucson IS my home! I graduated fromTucson High School and then the University of Arizona. After completing my degree, I came to Bring's to complete my education and professional certification as a funeral director and embalmer. Able to handle all aspects of funeral and cremation arrangements, I work with families showing all options available to them when the need arises. And to help families coordinate and officiate celebrations of life, I am trained to conduct ceremonies as a Funeral Celebrant.
I have been fortunate to share my life with my beautiful wife Glynis (as well as 5 dogs and 2 cats!) We enjoy traveling and spending time with family and friends.. after all that is what life is all about!
If I can ever assist you, please feel free to contact me. I can be reached via email at [email protected] or here at Bring's Broadway Chapel (520) 296-7193.
Allan L. Nibert
Senior Funeral Director
Allan is originally from Lancaster, Ohio but has lived here in the west for half of his life. He attended Ohio University-Lancaster and graduated from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. This fall will mark Allan's 25th year in funeral service-17 of those years have been with Bring Funeral Home where Allan is the senor Funeral Director. When not at work, Allan and his wife Tami enjoy going to Disneyland.
Darren was born and raised in South Dakota, and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has been employed as a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the states of California, Minnesota and Arizona, having worked in Santa Monica, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Palm Springs California; Monterey, California and Phoenix, Arizona, prior to joining Bring’s Funeral Chapel in 2013. “I find it interesting that so many people from all across the country have settled in Tucson, many of them from areas I lived and worked in the past.”