Ground Interment, or Burial, is the most common method of interment in our cemetery. The grave is dug by an excavator, with a tent, chair, and artificial green grass laid around the grave. Ground Interment utilizes an Outer Burial Container, or Vault, that can be purchased through our cemetery. The casket is placed inside the outer burial container, lowered into the grave, and the grave refilled with soil.
Crypt Entombment is the entombment of casketed remains into a crypt within one of our mausoleums. Our crypts available include our Garden Mausoleum, Chapel Floor Crypts, and the new Our Lady of Sorrows Mausoleum and Columbaria. With Our Lady of Sorrows, we have a wider selection of both indoor and outdoor crypt spaces.
Ground Inurnment, or Cremation Burial, is the burial of an urn in our cemetery. The grave is prepared by our grounds crew, with a table, chairs, and artificial green grass laid around the grave. Ground Inurnment utilizes an Urn Vault that can be purchased through our cemetery. The urn is placed inside of the Vault, sealed, lowered into the grave, and the grave refilled with soil.
Niche Inurnment is the inurnment of cremated remains into a niche within one of our columbariums. Niches are small enclaves that are sealed and covered with a granite cover. Niches available include our Garden of the Risen Christ, St. Gabriel Urn Garden, and the new Our Lady of Sorrows Mausoleum and Columbaria. Please note that Our Lady of Sorrows has both indoor and outdoor niche spaces available.