No matter how you choose to care for your loved one’s physical remains, we pride ourselves on our ability to help you select from a variety of peaceful and picturesque settings for their final resting place. Whether you prefer the calm serenity of a natural park or the stately grandeur of a mausoleum, our experts are here to understand your needs and concerns, answer your questions, and provide you with all of your options and the information you need to make an informed decision about your loved one’s final resting place.
Contact us to connect with our staff, ask questions or request more information about your options.
When it comes to a traditional in-ground burial, your family can choose between the different estate lots, multiple space lots, or single space graves available at local cemeteries. We’ll walk you through the different burial grounds that exist in our community, and assist you in finding an option that fits your needs, budget, and personal preferences.
Mausoleums are available at many local cemeteries and provide space for above-ground entombment of physical remains within a beautiful structure on cemetery grounds. A family might choose to use their own private structure, or may opt to share space in a community mausoleum. Though in the past a private family mausoleum was considered cost-prohibitive for many families, they’ve recently become a much more affordable option and a valuable investment for future peace of mind.
There are a variety of ways to care for your loved one’s cremated remains, whether you decide to keep them within your home, spread them in a cherished location, or inter them in a garden, statue, or other memorial property. We have a wide selection of elegant and beautiful urns you can choose from, and can also provide you with local options for the entombment of your cremation urn. Cremation niches are available within many local mausoleums, as well as in area cremation gardens and inurnment plots.
This is a cemetery
Lives are commemorated – deaths are recorded – families are reunited – memories made tangible – and love is undisguised. This is a cemetery. Communities accord respect, families bestow reverence, historians seek information and our heritage is thereby enriched. Testimonies of devotion, price and remembrances are cast in bronze to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and to the life – not the death – of a loved on. The cemetery is homeland for memorials that are a sustaining source of hope to the living.A cemetery is a history of people – a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering – Always.
Local Public Cemeteries:
To find grave locations click on the highlighted cemetery name.
Del Norte County Veterans Cemetery - Crescent City, California
St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery - Crescent City, California
I.O.O.F. (Odd Fellows) Memorial Cemetery - Crescent City, California
Masonic Cemetery - Crescent City, California
Smith River District Cemetery - Smith River, California
Some cemetery grave locations came from historic records. Accuracy of information is only as good as those historic records.
Our rural local cemeteries are run by non-profit organizations, churches or special districts. If you need to contact them feel free to contact Wier's, and we will their current contact information.
For additional local Cemetery information try visiting Find a Grave.com