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Woodlawn offers a variety of memorialization services to address a wide spectrum of indivdual requirements.

The Versailles Mausoleum offers a variety of locations and options for one, two and four burial crypts. This beautiful two-story building is the perfect above ground setting to memorialize your loved one. The Columbarium is a specially designed resting place for cremated remains in niches fronted by either glass or marble. Once you enter the Chapel Columbarium you'll be impressed by the timeless elegance of this beautiful facility located in our architecturally unequaled chapel and Patton Hall complex. With eight separate rooms, the Columbarium provides a protected resting place for the cremated remains.

Cremation

Cremation, today has become a universally accepted optional part of the funeral process. In fact, as more people of all faiths grow to know more about this age-old concept, more choose it for their loved ones. Our cremation facilities are state of the art and are part of the services offered at Woodlawn.

Planning For The Future
The selection of a final resting place is a decision worthy of careful consideration. Planning ahead, in the calm of today, eliminates the necessity of a painful emotional and financial burden under pressure of time and grief.

Traditional burial in our landscaped grounds is provided through a multitude of options. Single graves are offered with flat markers as well as double graves with upright stones. The single graves accommodate two and the double four people. Larger sites are available. Please come visit Woodlawn and see for yourself the splendor of one of New England's most beautiful settings

For more information or pricing please contact either by phone, mail or e-mail.

Email: info@woodlawncemetery.com

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