A grass marker is set in the ground at the foot of a grave identifying the deceased's birth and death dates as well as any other personal inscriptions. A cemetery lot will generally have several grass markers, one for each plot. In addition to having the deceased's name on the main monument, a grass marker details which plot the deceased occupies.
A grass marker also provides a way of personalizing a monument for each member of the family by including a saying or emblem specific to that family member. We have added a drum set and drum sticks for a avid drummer, the silhouette of a favorite pet for a pet owner, and a strawberry pie for a baker. Our granite consultants take pride in their custom designs tailored for each customer.
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