Cremation

Cremation In Ground Burial

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  If the cremains will be buried in the ground, the urn must be enclosed in an urn vault. Much like a burial vault,  an urn vault is used to support the soil around the urn and ensure that the soil above and around the urn will not collapse, which ultimately serves to minimize cemetery maintenance.  More than one cremation can be buried in the space. Open and closing is also required.

Cremation Bench

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These Cremation Urn Monuments are styled into a beautiful bench style  memorial. They will hold multiple cremation urns. They are all made of granite and are available in several colors. The price of the cremation monument is influenced by the color of the granite you choose.  The space in a cremation monument is called a niche.  Like most cremation monuments, benches are installed on a foundation base so the bench will remain level. The ground space and open and closing are also required. 

Community Columbarium

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  A columbarium is an above-ground building that houses cremated remains. A columbarium is composed of small wall spaces, called niches. There are single niches and double niches available. Once the urn containing the cremains has been interred in the columbarium granite front will be engraved to memorialize your loved one. Niche Opening and Closing is also required. 

Family Columbarium

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The family columbarium is designed to inter family cremains in a smaller more personalized niche structure. There are several granite colors and styles to choose from. The family columbarium can be customized to define a  distinguished style that future generations will appreciate and honor.