Midwest Everlasting Memorials offers on-site engraving

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For people who’ve lost the people they love, Memorial Day is a time for remembering. Many people spend that last Monday in May at the cemetery visiting the graves of other family and friends as well.

By Dave & Kim Joyce, Midwest Everlasting Memorials

For people who’ve lost the people they love, Memorial Day is a time for remembering. Traditionally it’s when we honor those who have died in service to our country, but many people spend that last Monday in May at the cemetery visiting the graves of other family and friends as well.

Cemeteries pour concrete foundations only a few times each year, and we are purposeful in making sure the monuments purchased from us are installed by Memorial Day. In fact, we spend the entire month of May installing monuments and adding final dates to existing monuments.

This is the time of year we also work on veteran’s projects for cities and organizations. We’ve created lovely tributes to the men and women who have served our country, as well as helped with fundraising efforts by creating engraved memorial bricks. 

Because we do all of our own manufacturing and sell direct to the public, our work can be seen all across the country.

The savings that comes from working with us can be significant. Buying direct from us, coupled with our one-price payment options, means a visit to the Midwest Everlasting Memorials showroom makes good cents.

Midwest Everlasting Memorials is a quick drive to 1244 High Street (Route 94 in Wadsworth). The phone number is 330-334-1988. Find hours and more information at MidwestEverlastingMemorials.com.