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Individual Uprights

A memorial grave marker that is designed to rest upright, above the surface of the ground, is referred to an upright. An upright monument designed to represent an individual loved one is referred to as an individual upright. Upright memorials offer the greatest selection of size, shape and artistic character. The monuments displayed here are just a small representation of the total custom design options available in creating your forever in granite memorial.


Individual Slants

A monument designed to reach a maximum height less than two feet carved with a 45 degree angle front is called a slant memorial. A slant marker representing a single loved one is referred to as an individual slant. Individual slant memorials are available in a myriad of granite colors and offer many creative options for telling your loved one's story.


Individual Lawn Level

In the case where your loved one is represented on a memorial that is designed to be flat and flush with the ground, it is referred to as a individual lawn level monument. Because of the limited size and the constant direct exposure to the elements of nature, some design tools and creative options are limited in the crafting of this type of memorial.


Individual Benches

A individual bench represents your loved one and provides a beautiful memorial tribute in the cemetery, public areas and even the home backyard. An elegant granite bench provides the perfect remembrance that celebrates the life of your loved one and at the same time creates a favorite place for quiet reflection. The wide variety of bench styles available make this the perfect memorial for virtually any setting or location.


Individual Cremation

What is available for cremation memorials?

Granite memorials designed as a permanent home for your loved one's cremation urn are created with special chambers built into the granite to store and protect the remains. Most monuments of all types and styles can be adapted to store and protect a cremation urn. Just choose the memorial style you're interested in and ask your memorial councilor about adding cremation urn options to it.