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Selecting a place of final rest is a personal, and often difficult, decision. How will you know you have made the right choice for you and your family?

  • Will your grave site be preserved for future generations?
  • If your family is unable to care for your lot, who will?

Maplewood Cemetery offers comprehensive on-site cemetery services to meet all of your needs:

Traditional Land Burial:

There are a number of choices for ground burial. Among them are sites for traditional burials, ground sites for cremation burial, and areas designated for family plots with the ability to have a large monument. There are also a limited number of individual sites on which we allow a pillow marker.

Cremation Memorialization

Memorialization provides a permanent, secure place for cremated remains to be placed, and for family members and descendants to honor the lives of the deceased.

Cremation allows families many choices for memorializing a loved one. Some families choose to keep the cremated remains with them at home, or to scatter the remains over land or water.

Scatter Garden

Scatter gardens are designated places where the family and friends of the deceased can scatter the cremains of their loved one. These gardens are often beautiful spots. They’re picturesque and peaceful areas tended to by a cemetery, designed to offer a beautiful final resting place for those whose ashes are spread there.



Our mausoleum is used for services during inclement weather and to store bodies in the winter when we are unable to do winter burials.

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