Acacia Park Cemetery was founded in 1928 as a not-for-profit membership association by a group of local citizens led by Adolf Richard Hansen, who served as board member and president for 60 years. The group recognized the need for a cemetery outside the city of Buffalo in the growing Niagra County area. The 216-acre site, adjacent to the meandering North Tonawanda Creek, encourages people to walk the grounds, admire the funerary art and commune with nature.
Established in 1925, the 75-acre park offers a pristine beauty and a majestic aura of peace and serenity. Acacia offers 23 different sections of beautiful rolling terrain. Acacia Park Cemetery is non-sectarian, providing ground burial, cremation service and options to families. Acacia offers a largest selection of Pre-need and At-need Flush Bronze Memorial designs hand crafted by Matthews Bronze.
Pittsburghs tender mercies, respect for its lands, and loyalty to high ideals are more than evident within the gates of Allegheny Cemetery. Conceived in the minds of Pittsburghs leading families and businessmen in 1844, Allegheny Cemetery was created to be far more than the typical country burying grounds of that age. After its incorporation, 100 acres were purchased and the first interment took place in 1845. Today, Allegheny Cemetery encompasses 300 acres with over 15 miles of roadways. Of that 300 acres, 100 acres remain for future development, making Allegheny not only one of the most affordable but accessible cemeteries in the greater Pittsburgh area. Allegheny Cemetery has been the choice of more than 124,000 people as their final resting place. Some had worldwide fame, others were known throughout Pittsburgh. But most were known only by the friends and family who loved them and wanted the assurance that they would be memorialized in the most caring, dignified, and respectful manner possible. Together, they make up the Allegheny Cemetery family.
Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery is Your First Step in Pre-Planning. We offer Traditional burial in beautiful park-like setting along with cremation placement in columbarium or specialized gardens. Entombment is available in garden mausoleums. Since 1959, Anderson Memorial Park has been manufacturing burial vaults on-site which are sold directly to our families at substantial savings. We offer guaranteed lowest pricing on bronze memorials along with the complimentary vase protection program. Our caring staff is happy to answer your questions as you consider the many benefits of pre-arranging future needs. Please let us know how we may assist you."
Family owned and operated, Anniston Memorial Gardens was founded in 1956. Additions include Anniston Memorial Funeral Home opening in 2000 and the Maple Grove Cemetery purchased in 2005, with over 7000 spaces available for burial, the Cemeteries not only offer the best maintained, park-like atmosphere for ground burial but also private and community mausoleums, niche and columbarium and other cremation options.
Beauty and serenity surround this ten acre perpetuual care cemetery. Archusa Memorial Gardens is conveniently located along Hwy 145 North of Quitman, Mississippi and is easily accessible to neighboring counties. Our on site staff is dedicated to assisting families in creating a place of remembrance for those loved. Call 601-776-2366.
Arlington Memorial Park was established in 1920 as a perpetual care cemetery in El Dorado, Arkansas and is situated on over 22 lush acres, this long-standing location features numerous beautifully manicured gardens, for a traditional burial service or a mausoleum and columbarium for entombment of cremated loved ones. Our seasoned, compassionate Family Counselors can help you choose the memorizations type that best suits your needs. We offer traditional burial, mausoleum entombment and a variety of options for the cremated remains of loved ones.
Ashland County Memorial Park along with Roberts Funeral Home has been serving Median, Wayne and Ashland counties for over 50 years. Although we are well established in the communities, the important thing to know is that we care about the families we serve. Our mission is to treat every family as if they were our own, and today your family is our family.