In-Ground Burial

Whether you choose traditional burial or cremation, Trinity Memorial Gardens offers ideal locations for a final resting place where family members can remember and memorialize loved ones. Options are available for single, double, and multi-family-member plots, as well as private estates and memorials.  Trinity Memorial Gardens has over 60 acres with 40 acres developed into eight gardens.  This provides a variety of options for each family's particular needs.

Cremation

Cremation is a popular choice for many families, and Trinity Memorial Gardens offers cremation services to include cremation urns, cremation memorialization, and mausoleum niches.

Mausoleum

The Chapel of Hope Mausoleum is the first of it's type in the Tri-County area.  This solid granite structure features over 900 traditional entombment crypts, and 690 cremation niches.  The Chapel of Hope provides an alternative to traditional in-ground burial.

Veterans Program 

Trinity Memorial Gardens memorializes honorably discharged veterans. More than 1,000 of our military heroes have chosen Trinity Memorial Gardens as their final resting place. The Department of Veteran's Affairs offers a complimentary memorial for the veteran with the opportunity for a matching memorial for the veteran's spouse. Honor Guard from each respective branch will perform military honors at the service and present the family with a folded American Flag.

Making Arrangements 

At the time of passing, there are numerous decisions that need to be made. In order to make these decisions easier, the list below contains a few items that must be taken care of.

Notify:
  • The Cemetery
  • The Doctor or Coroner
  • Relatives
  • Friends
  • Insurance Agents

Provide:
  • Vital statistics about the deceased
  • An Obituary
  • Prepared and signed necessary papers

Decide:
  • Which cemetery
  • What kind of funeral service. Choice of casket, clothing, flowers, music, etc.

Pay:
  • Doctors
  • Hospital Expenses
  • Pharmaceutical Expenses  
  • Minister
  • Current or Urgent Bills
Many of these responsibilities can be taken care of well in advance. Relieving the family of an unnecessary burden in a difficult and trying time can ease the grieving process. Please see our pre-planning page for more information about making your decisions in advance, to save money, and prevent stress on your family.

Property Transfer

Should you wish to transfer your property, there are a few steps that need to be accomplished. First, the original owner needs to find a buyer for the plots. Trinity Memorial Gardens does not get involved with third-party sales, so all financial arrangements need to be made between the buyer and seller. Once that has been taken care of, both parties need to be present at Trinity Memorial Gardens to execute the deed transfer. The original owner will need to forfeit their deed so it can be made for the new property owner. There is a $100.00 transfer fee on property, and $175.00 for any property with merchandise associated. The deed will be placed in the new owners name in a matter of weeks, finalizing the process.

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