Whether you are interested in a space in one of our beautiful burial gardens, mausoleum entombment, or one of the many cremation niches throughout the cemetery, we will help you select a point of remembrance that you can be proud of and that your loved ones can visit for years to come.
At Memorial Park Cemetery, you can select a space in one of our many traditional burial gardens. Beautifully maintained throughout the year, the gardens provide a peaceful setting to visit and remember your loved
We also offer burial options in a private or community mausoleum. A mausoleum is a building which provides above-
When you choose cremation, we have many special features which offer a permanent point of remembrance for your family to gather and remember your loved one.
One option is Garden of the Cross columbarium around our water feature. Columbarium are special structures containing many spaces called niches, in which urns are placed.
Many people do not realize that when they choose cremation, they can still select a ground burial space in a memorial garden. This provides flexibility for the use of a space in a pre-
Whether you are planning ahead for yourself or have recently lost a loved one, we are ready to help you begin the process of designing a memorial. The choice of personalization requires careful thought and consideration.
Did the person have a special interest, hobby, or favorite song?
o Automobiles, pets, sports, and religion are all very popular subjects.
The ultimate form of personalization is a portrait or other favorite picture produced in porcelain or as a diamond etching.
Depending on your preference, budget, and cemetery requirements, you may select from different memorial styles and granite colors (gray, black, red, pink, brown and green). Regardless of the memorial you choose, it will be made of the finest materials. All are guaranteed against defects and built to withstand the test of time.
In order to maintain our cemetery in a manner that you can be proud of, we have established regulations regarding the decorations of graves, mausoleum spaces, also known as crypts, and columbarium spaces, known as niches. These regulations are to ensure the beauty of the cemetery and the safety of grounds keepers and visitors.