Monuments and Inscriptions

Choose a monument that reflects your loved one for all time.

Treasured memories.

So many memories to celebrate and treasure. You want the monument you choose to truly reflect your loved one for all time. You face many decisions, but our highly trained Memorial Consultants, Jennifer Greenberg and Gregory Zannitto will guide you through every step of the memorial process. You will recieve compassion as well as knowledge, and a level of skilled assistance that helps you formulate a tribute as traditional – or unique – as you desire. They can also help you with any pre-planning of a monument purchase. With a deep understanding of the traditions of your faith and the customs of your community, Perazzo ensures that your needs are always upheld and honored. You benefit from our expertise and from the savings we extend to those we serve.

Different types of monuments

Some cemeteries allow upright headstones, called “monuments,” to be used with ground burials. Headstones that are flat against the ground are called “markers.” In some cemeteries, or sections of cemeteries, only flat markers are used to preserve the natural appearance of the landscape. Our Memorial Consultants will research all cemetery regulations and provide exact guaranteed pricing for your approval.

Contact Us to learn more about memorials and inscriptions.

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