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Step One: What is a monument and why is it important?

A monument is an eternal reflection, in memory of a person or event. Monuments are also known as gravestones, headstones, memorials, or tombstones, and can be made of granite, bronze, marble, and mountain/sandstone. Because this is the final reflection of a unique life, we encourage our families to think through the most important pieces of that unique life and share that with our monument specialists. This allows us to capture that unique life story and allows the monument to tell that story. We currently offer a wide variety of types that include:

Monument/Marker Types

  • Single & Double Monuments
  • Bronze & Granite Markers
  • Bench Memorials
  • Cremation Memorials
  • Pet Memorials
  • Private and Family Estates
  • Veteran Markers
  • Porcelain Memorial Portraits

Step Two: Speaking with a Monument Specialist

Upon arrival for your appointment, our Monument Specialists will seat you in a comfortable design room and work hard to share the knowledge and creativity to help you bring that unique reflection to life. The specialists will work hard to provide solutions for your unique situation that includes: price quotes and payment options, artwork, spelling and grammatical accuracy, local cemetery quality compliance regulations and most importantly, addressing your questions and concerns.

Step Three: Bringing the reflection to life

After completing Step Two, our Monument Specialists will begin to produce an image of your monument. Once the hand-drawn image is produced and your level of overall satisfaction is achieved, we work with digital artists to render a high quality image of your piece of art. We will then seek written approval and payment, and begin to work diligently with the cemetery of choice to ensure a worry-free delivery and/or installation experience. At that time, our specialists begin the follow up process with one purpose in mind – to make sure that the family is satisfied.

Step Four: Peace of Mind

Now that you have completed the process of honoring through the monument, we want you to enjoy Peace of Mind.

Our Design Team

Chris Ross

Hope DeJarnatt