Casket burial remains the most common choice for final interment. At Memoryland Memorial Park, we maintain the highest standard of burial practices to ensure the integrity of our sites will remain intact for generations to come.
All of our in-ground sites require the use of an outer burial container--which is a vault or graveliner--into which the casket or urn will be placed. A graveliner will prevent a gravesite from collapsing over time and will retain the integrity of the gravesite, allowing the site to be maintained to protect its beauty. A burial vault will not only prevent the gravesite from collapsing but will also help maintain a dry burial area for the casket or urn. The various gardens in Memoryland Memorial Park accommodate a variety of headstones, in-ground memorials and statuary to uniquely personalize your site.
We offer above-ground interment in a personal mausoleum for those who prefer not to use in-ground burial. If you are interested in a private or semi-private mausoleum space, please contact us for more details.
Many families choose to have a final graveside service as the casket or urn is placed in its final resting place. This service is generally held after a chapel or church funeral service, or it can be held prior to a memorial service or at a different time separate from any other service, particularly if burial is being held far away from the deceased's residence. The graveside service may also be the only formal service that is held.