WW2 memorial of 3 attached stone cylinders, sitting on a circular base with a vase of pink flowers.
Cremation Monuments

Cremation Monuments: Rising in Popularity

Cremation is not a new alternative. In fact, modern cremation originated in 1873, over a century ago, in Italy. However, America didn’t adopt cremation until a few years later in 1876. For decades in-ground burials have been the go-to for eternal rest; because, they provided friends and family with a place to mourn and pay their respects and, at the…

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grey granite upright military headstone with United States Airforce Command Pilot crest
Military Headstones

Personalizing a Non-Issued Military headstone

When memorializing a Veteran of the United States Military, family members have a couple of different options. The most affordable option is applying for a Government issued headstone, or grave marker, through The Department of Veteran Affairs. Government issued headstones and grave markers are uniform in style, and personalization options are limited. Alternatively, family members have the option of having…

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