There are a number of ways you can memorialize a deceased love one beyond traditional ground burials. CMS East offers a range of options to select from to provide a fitting and meaningful tribute to your loved one.
Chapel Mausoleums – Building providing above ground entombment either indoor, in a chapel, or outdoors.
Garden Crypt Mausoleums – Mausoleum which provides above ground entombment. Has no chapel or inside crypts.
Custom Built Burial Chambers – Specially constructed below ground burial chamber for two, or one, which provides clean dry entombment below ground.
Traditional Ground Burial – A lawn level burial. Families can choose from one of two types of graves that are available.
Outer Burial Containers – The vault that surrounds the casket in the grave and acts as a protective barrier.
Bronze Memorials – Bronze plate placed flush with ground on granite base used in modern memorial parks.
Caskets – Container which remains are placed in. Usually steel but can be bronze, copper or fiberglass.
Cremation Memorialization – Cremation niches hold cremated human remains after act of cremation.
Memorialization Benches – Benches that memorialize the deceased. Two types are available.
Urns – A container which is the receptacle that hold human remains after act of cremation.
Columbarium Niches – Area within a mausoleum containing niches.