A cremation niche is an above-ground burial space, where a decedent’s urn, containing their cremated remains, is placed inside and sealed. The term columbarium is often used interchangeably with the word mausoleum, but, in fact, the two types of memorial buildings have different purposes. While both are intended to be permanent public memorials for groups of dozens, or even hundreds, of people, mausoleums are designed for entire bodies while columbariums typically house cremation urns.
Well taken care of cemetery.
Well Taken Care Of
Thank you for helping me with my parents’ grave and getting the urn unstuck! It was a pleasure to meet you and hope you have a great birthday on the 11th!
– Kay Sturdivant
Thank you for helping me with my parents’ grave–
I was able to return to Kentucky two weeks ago. I visited the family graves of Garland Johnson and Bernard & Edith Mae Henderson, Becky Eaton and Jo Ann Henderson. I am so thankful for the TLC you give these places. Thank you and love!
-Connie Henderson Nelson
I am so thankful for the TLC you give these places!
Thank you for the beautiful vase and setting it. It is exactly what I wanted. The color is such a good match.
It is exactly what I wanted.
Thank you for your kindness with Mom’s funeral. You all have been so nice.