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The Catholic Cemeteries Association takes great pride in the maintenance and constant improvement of our cemeteries. It is our honor and duty to provide a beautiful, peaceful, and reverent resting place for our loved ones. We encourage families to express their love and respect with decorations.
*Pick-up dates listed may vary due to weather conditions.
Burials: Floral pieces are left on the grave for 48 hours after a burial. The flowers are wilted by this time and it becomes a nest for animals if left any longer. There is no regulation governing the number of floral decorations brought to the cemetery at the time of interment.
Entombments:Three floral pieces permitted outside of the building. Bouquets will be removed and discarded at the end of each work day.
Please make sure to label your decoration(s) with the deceased name and location.
We hope you can understand our position in establishing these guidelines. They are not of our personal choice but an absolute necessity in maintaining safe working conditions and the overall beauty of our Catholic Cemeteries.
For more information please refer to our Rules & Regulations.
The Catholic Cemeteries Association offers a wide variety of items to help you remember your loved one. Call or stop by the cemetery office on your next visit or purchase online after finding your loved one via our Burial Search page.
Not finding what you need online? Click here to get in touch with our knowledgeable and caring staff.
Do you have questions about pre-planning? Click here to get in touch with a Family Service Representative.
Pre-planning seminars are offered throughout the year at a variety of locations. Find one near you today!
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