Families can select from a range of options for the interment of their loved ones. The actual burial is often preceded by a short commitment ceremony. That ceremony can be a traditional religious one or one designed by the family. Families can hold the ceremony in one of our pavilions or at the graveside. Graveside ceremonies are provided with a tent and chairs by pre-arrangement.
Traditional Cemetery Burial: Single spaces can accomodate one or two burials, known as double depth. If available, spaces can be purchased in multiples, allowing family burials to be together. Spaces are identified with bronze and granite markers, which can be customized in a variety of styles.
Family Estates: Estates provide the opportunity to group multiple grave spaces, and allow more options to customize your family memorial including monuments not allowed on other parts of the cemetery. Most estates are 8 spaces, providing for up to 16 burials, plus the burial of cremated remains. Estates are provided with shrubs, a tree and a custom granite bench. A limited number of 6-space estates are available.
Mausoleum Burial: This private, above-ground burial option features a granite structure customized to hold single or multiple interments. Mausoleums can be customized with unique granite colors and bronze emblems.
Cremation Burial: The Meadowlawn Urn Garden is an option for families that want a permanent resting place for their loved one's cremated remains. Urn Garden burials feature granite and bronze markers.
Columbarium: Like the mausoleum option, our columbarium allows for above-ground interment of cremated remains. The columbarium is a granite structure with individual niches that are engraved according to the family's wishes.
Scattering Garden: On the grounds of our cemetery, we have a rose garden and pergola set aside for those who wish to scatter the ashes of theirloved one in a natural setting. The scattering can be done as a private gathering or as part of a traditional commitment ceremony at one of our pavilions.