Your choice of resting in peace
Individual spaces, as well as family groupings of all sizes, are available.
Association rules include provisions for cremation burials as well as traditional burials.
Memorial Park’s mausoleum complex is located in Carillon Garden. The mausoleum buildings and chapel were designed and constructed by Gibraltar Mausoleum. Single, tandem and side-by-side units are available in a variety of configurations and locations.
The columbarium complex located in Memorial Park’s Garden of the Cross has been a popular inurnment option since 1975. These niche units are by Cold Spring Granite and offer a very traditional cremation inurnment option.
Columbarium niches are once again available inside the Memorial Park Chapel. These units were designed and crafted by Matthews Bronze, a world leader in cemetery memorialization. Both individual and, for the first time, companion units are ready for your selection. Individual niches are faced in cultured granite and provide for a traditional columbarium inurnment. Companion niches are faced in beveled glass and include cast bronze memorial urns in various shapes and designs.
Memorial Park proudly offers a comprehensive selection of granite monuments and markers. We also offer bronze markers by Matthew Bronze. Come to visit our outside display. Our selection of colors, shapes, and designs is extensive.
We take pride in our high quality, value priced products and put great care into your family’s needs not just for today but for the future of your family as well.
You should know that Memorial Park Cemetery is a non-profit and that every memorial purchased from us goes back into the attentive care of your cemetery and your loved one’s final resting place for generations to come.
Memorial Park offers handcrafted silk or paper urn sleeves. These decorative containers hold a utility urn for home or funeral display. They are a tasteful yet affordable alternative to more expensive options… Our solid oak or walnut Memory Chest holds a utility urn for home or funeral service display. After burial or inurnment, the Memory Chest may be retained as a keepsake and used to hold memorabilia.