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Cremation Memorials & Columbariums

A Variety of Internment Choices


In response to the steady increase in burial costs, Searcy Monument Co. has been proud to meet the needs of customers in search of the perfect cremation memorial. Cremation memorials are available in a variety of colors, sizes and shapes. It is not unusual for customers to have questions about these special memorials, so feel free to contact a Searcy Monument Co. representative to discuss this option.


A columbarium is a structure with niches (small spaces) for placing cremated remains in urns or other approved containers. It may be outdoors, located within a cemetery or part of a mausoleum. With cremation becoming an ever-increasing choice for final disposition, the need for cremation memorial products is as important as it has ever been when making memorial decisions. Columbarium styles represent years of design and manufacturing expertise and are available in many fine granite colors. Searcy Monument Co. provides all the foundation and installation support needed for the project saving our customers both the time and burden of dealing with these complex requirements.

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Community Columbariums

Community Columbariums deliver the most tasteful and cost effective options in the memorial industry today. These products serve as a distinctive centerpiece to any memorial garden or community cemetery. Various styles, granite colors and configurations are available. Standard product lines can allow for up to 192 inturnments per Columbarium style making a cost-effective solution possible. Virtually any design can be created and manufactured to serve your needs as well as your budget.

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