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  • Dear Sandy - We have shared two very important events in my life. First our clinicals in Albany - then the sudden and very sad passing of my husband. You have been so very kind and attentive in regards to your headstone. I thank you so very much for your kindness.
    J.S.
  • Thanks for your assistance in this - planning ahead is good, I guess, to contain costs and arrange for burial, a sure thing. Looking forward to our home in Heaven with God, and a resting place in our home state- Ohio. Appreciated talking with you.
    E.
  • Thank you for all your help and understanding
    D.O.
  • Dear Norma - We would like to thank you for your support and kind words during the difficult time 2 weeks ago. You are all very caring and compassionate.
    J.T.
  • Through you, God has shown his goodness. You're a blessing. Thank you Norma! We love you
    V.E.
  • "Tim: I want to thank you for everything you've done to help me through this time. I know that I will have more peace of mind with C.'s new resting place.
    T. LS.
  • Mr. Bokas - You had a wonderful idea to pay tribute to our veterans. Thank you for making it happen. The flag ceremony was beautiful and our veterans would be pleased. I know I was and my family as well. Thank you so much.
    D.G.
  • Norma - Here are the three pics to go in Dad's grave with his ashes. I thank you so much for doing that on June 9th. I really appreciate you miss you, love you. God Bless. Just unable to make the journey as you know.
    V.E.
  • Dear Jim - Thank you for meeting with my sister, S. and I regarding a marker for my brother W.P. Your phone on Thursday stating that you put a temporary marker on his site made my day! And Chief W. was the icing on the cake!! As soon as I get an answer from my niece and nephew I will be in touch. Thank you for your kindness.
    A.
  • We recently buried my father in your cemetery this past October after he suddenly passed away. Our person of contact with the cemetery is Norma. And let me just say, she has been wonderful in her support to myself as well as the rest of my family. In an industry related to death as cemeteries are, I must say our experience as been quite refreshing. I imagine like any other career, the day in, day out routine can become quite mundane. However, this doesn't seem to be the case with Norma. I do hope the others in your office that we haven't had the opportunity to meet with, share the same care and respect to the families of those lost. We buried my father on your grounds because the plots were given to my parents. However, numerous more plots have been purchased by other members of the family, myself for one, because we want to be there. So thank you for approaching these matters with the care and concern they deserve.
    D.A.