Making Arrangements

For some, making burial arrangements may be something they desire to do for themselves well in advance so that there will be no burdens placed on family down the road. 

For others, the onset of an illness of a declining family member moves them to consider what their cemetery options and graveside services are and to seek those arrangements.

And sadly for so many, it is the occasion of the death of a loved one that brings them to the cemetery office to make necessary arrangements. 

Whatever your circumstances may be, we are here to answer all of your questions.  You will find our General Manager, Jeanie Desmond, to be a caring professional, with years of experience helping families.  The office is comfortable, professional yet casual, and ready to help you take those first (or familiar) steps.  There is no question that is inappropriate or unusual.  We are here to assist you to be as prepared and informed as possible. 

  1. Your first decision will be whether a cremation burial or a full (casket) burial is being planned.  The Burial services link above will describe each of these options more fully.
  2. Once known, your second decision is whether you wish to plan for future family "space" while arranging for your current situation (a single grave lot or multiple grave plot).
  3. Lastly, you can come to our office and we can help you choose a plot in our 57 acre cemetery.  We have many available options to meet any need.

Your visit to the cemetery office will help you work through these decisions and others to your comfort and satisfaction.  

It is our honor to help you take these steps.