In addition to the more common granite and bronze markers, we are pleased to offer several additional markers. One of these may be the perfect way to honor a loved one or commemorate your own life.
Planting a tree can be a special way to honor a loved one. A granite or bronze marker can be purchased and placed at the base of the tree. Our staff will work with families to choose the type of tree, planting location, and other details. We welcome these beautiful additions to the cemetery grounds.
“Forests may be gorgeous, but there is nothing more alive than a tree that learns to grow in a cemetery.”
Designed to coordinate with Veteran markers for the spouse of an honorably discharged Veteran
Granite Cremation Monuments
A granite marker specifically designed to hold cremated remains within an above ground monument for two or more individuals
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GRA Companion Cremation Monument – Pitney
GRA Single Cremation Pillar – Johnson
GRA Companion Cremation Pillar – Reichard
GRA Companion Cremation Pillar – Clark & Moore
Single Cremation Boulder – Alton
GRA Companion Cremation Monument – Silverman
Personalization option involving the etching of an image/photo onto a granite monument – available on black granite only
A granite bench can be made to hold cremated remains or serve simply as a memorial. Any color of granite can be used, and design options are endless.
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A memorial erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are elsewhere. A cenotaph can be made from a variety of materials including stone, marble, bronze, or granite, and can be uniquely crafted to the family’s wishes.
It can take several months for an approved marker to be delivered. Some families choose to purchase a small temporary marker that will mark their loved one’s grave until the permanent one arrives. (Temporary markers can only remain in place for a maximum of 90 days unless a permanent marker has been selected.) Let our staff know if you are interested in this option.