Opening in late 2017/early 2018: New Cremation Garden!
This tranquil area along Troy street and along the stream will feature lush landscaping, beautiful hardscaping and many choices for above ground or in ground cremation options. We are excited to offer this to the community soon.
Often, when the choice is cremation, the perception is that the cremation process is the final step in the process. This does not need to be the case; when cremation is chosen, a final, permanent resting place allows for the life to be memorialized for immediate family as well as future generations. This permanency is the pillar of memories, communities and recognizing the significance for the individual’s life as it was lived.
Located within the Memorial Chapel, these allow a prominent display of creative urns which can reflect individual personalities. The niches accomodate personal mementos which can be memorabilia. Restlawn offers a large variety of cremation urns, including artwork urns, to fit within the niches.
Located on the exterior of the mausoleum buildings, and as separate buildings within a specialized area of Secton 8, granite front niches offer a secure and dignified way to permanently place an urn within a beautiful building. These niches can be personalized with bronze photo emblems and/or floral remembrances.
These memorials can be added to many different areas of the cemetery (with management approval) as a way to add burial options or to enhance areas where traditional burials cannot be performed. Cored holes are integrated into the granite, allowing a concealed area for cremated remains to be permanently placed.
Regular spaces throughout the entire park can be used for burial of cremated remains. Standard memorials can be installed just as they would be for traditional ground burial. Restlawn allows two cremated remains to be inurned within one standard space.
This exclusive area of the cemetery combines a concept which consumers have been inquiring about for years: burial options with their pets. This natural trail winds through a densely wooded area of the cemetery and incorporates stones and memorials which blend in with the elements. Cremated remains of humans, along with full or cremated remains of pets are allowed within the same lots of this area. A separate area for humans only has been carved out of the area. This type of arrangement is the first of its kind throughout the United States.