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Monuments

The monument or gravemarker is placed in memory of your loved one. Traditionally, a gravestone is engraved with the deceased's name, date of birth, and date of death. There are many options available to personalize your monument or gravemarker. Here are three contacts that will help you make your decision.

Taking Care Of Personal Property

Following the death of your loved one, there are few things you need to attend to involving the deceased’s personal life. First, secure your loved one’s property. Make sure their home and vehicle are properly secure. If your loved one has a pet, make the necessary arrangements for the pet to be taken care of by family or friends. Any mail that comes to your loved one should be forwarded to a family member that plans to handle the deceased’s estate. Any mail that piles up at a vacant home only alarms potential intruders that a home is empty. Make sure to contact the deceased’s boss and inform them of the death. If your loved one had any upcoming appointments, make contact to notify them about the death and to cancel the appointment.

Weiss Monument Works

Jeanette Gregson
400 Front Street
Waterloo, IL 62298

(618)-939-8122

Hill Monument Company LLC

926 Hillcrest St
Columbia, IL 62236

(618) 281-3846

Randolph Monument Works

Susan Mehring
1009 S. Main St.
Red Bud, IL 62278

(618)-282-6049