WESTMORELAND COUNTY MEMORIAL PARK provides a beautiful garden spot where the memory of loved ones have been respectfully preserved for over 70 years. Westmoreland County Memorial Park consists of 79 acres of rolling landscape. Spread throughout the eighteen distinct side-by-side, traditional ground burial gardens are majestic trees, carefully trimmed shrubbery, and colorful flower beds. Double wide paved roads wind throughout the cemetery. This allows visitation to take place almost any time of the year. Numerous statuaries and features, representing military, religious and civic themes, are situated throughout the park. Westmoreland County Memorial Park honors all veterans with our Military Garden of Honor. The area’s first responders are also recognized in the Fireman and Rescue Garden.
The most economical method of disposition, the Custom Built Burial Chamber, is available in the Good Shepherd Garden and the Praying Hands Garden.
Westmoreland County Memorial Park provides the Temple of All Faiths Chapel Mausoleum, and the Good Shepherd Garden Crypt Mausoleum for above-ground entombment. The latter offers three separate granite edifices which are situated at the highest point in the cemetery. Many choice and affordable locations remain available within this complex.
We offer numerous options for cremation memorialization. Attractive granite-front niches are available within the chapel mausoleum and in the garden crypt complex. In-ground cremation options can also be arranged.
The office and its staff at Westmoreland County Memorial Park also serve families with loved ones interred at Jeannette Memorial Park located on Altman Rd, Jeannette, PA.
We have two goals at Westmoreland County Memorial Park, to provide superior service to the families who have entrusted us with the care of their loved ones and to assist families in securing the protection they deserve through the preplanning of their final needs.
150 Eastside Drive Greensburg, PA 15601
Telephone: 724-834-5660 / 724-834-5661 / 724-834-5662
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