Q:  When are artificial flowers permitted?
A:  Artificial flowers are permitted only from November 1 to March 31.

Q:  Why was my flag removed, or why are flags not permitted?
A:  Flags are permitted from Memorial Day until Independence Day (July 4) of every year.  Flags are flown year round at the flagpoles located in Section S (across from the mausoleum) and in Section 15 (next to the statue of the Risen Christ).

Q:  When are Christmas decorations removed?
A:  Christmas decorations are removed February 1, weather permitting.

Q:  What are the visiting hours for the cemetery and mausoleum?
A:  Visiting hours are from Monday to Friday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Q:  How do I find a loved one’s grave, crypt or niche?
A:  Call the office to confirm the location.  Maps are available for download to get you to the exact place of burial or entombment.

Q:  What if I want to install artificial flowers in a vase at the mausoleum but I can’t reach it?
A:  Bring the flowers to the Cemetery office during normal business hours and the staff will install it for you.  If you are visiting after business hours, there are instruments in the mausoleum called ‘reachers’ that you can use to install the flowers.

Q:  What is a niche?
A:  A niche is a space in the mausoleum for the entombment of cremated remains.

Q:  I'm researching my family ascentry, what information does the cemetery have?
A:  Cemetery records contain the decedents' name, date of burial and location.  They do not contain genealogical information, ancestry, relatives, social security numbers, death certificates, next of kin or relationship status.

Q:  Can I purchase a grave, crypt or niche in advance, i.e. pre-need?
A:  Yes, any of the above can be purchased pre-need for pre-arrangement.

Q:  Can I prepay the opening charges for a grave, crypt or niche?
A:  No.  Opening fees may not be paid in advance.  Please speak with your funeral home/director if you are making pre-arrangements.

Q:  There is a sinkhole near my loved one's grave. What do I do?
A:  Sinkholes can appear at anytime especially after a burial and heavy rain or snow fall.  Kindly call the office to report the location of the sinkhole and maintenance staff will be dispatched to address the area.

Q:  What should I do if my headstone is damaged?
A:  All headstones are the property of the family and should be insured against damage or loss.  Please speak with the monument dealer where it was purchased.  

Q:  Why are shrubs, trees or bushes not permitted for planting at a gravesite?
A:  Shrubs, trees and bushes require constant care and attention to be properly maintained.  Unfortunately, as families get older and move away the proper attention is no longer given and the plantings become overgrown and unsightly.  Management cannot control growth and assure pruning or removal when shrubbery grows too large.  Therefore, shrubbery is not permitted.  Cemetery lots are not condusive to plantings as graves are constantly being opened for interments. 



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Cemetery and Mausoleum: Monday - Friday:
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM