When selecting a burial marker, you will find that there are many types of unique and personalized options to fit your needs and preferences. Bronze memorials, granite monuments and memorial benches are common forms of markers, all of which may be used to memorialize individuals, couples or families.
Bronze memorials, the most common lawn-level marker, are designed especially for those who prefer in-ground burial. Bronze memorials come in a variety of sizes and can be used for individual, companion and family burial spaces.
Granite monuments, sometimes referred to as headstones, stand upright in a cemetery and have long been a popular form of memorialization; they come in many different sizes and can be as simple or elaborate as you choose.
Memorial benches provide an alternative to traditional lawn-level markers and upright monuments. They are generally crafted of lasting granite, and there are many colors and designs to choose from. Often engraved with a family name, memorial benches can be placed in an area of the cemetery that is meaningful to you or your loved ones.
Special remembrances are another unique way to pay tribute to your loved one. Lasting impressions such as porcelain cameo portraits or bronze oval portraits of your loved one held in a bronze or stainless steel ring can be applied to nearly any type of marker. Flowers vases made of bronze, granite or other lasting materials are also available for memorial, monument, mausoleum and niche markers.
To learn more about the marker and remembrance options available at Eastlawn Memorial Park in McDonough, please call (770) 957-8330, or fill out our online form. We invite you to come and tour our cemetery at any time.