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a place of reflection

Our three cemeteries offer tranquility, inviting you to find solace amidst nature's beauty. Here, you'll discover a peaceful haven where memories can be cherished and hearts can heal.

Cemeteries

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“With kindness and compassion as our guiding principles, we provide a serene and comforting final resting place for your loved ones.”

Hardin Memorial Park Cemetery

“With kindness and compassion as our guiding principles, we provide a serene and comforting final resting place for your loved ones.”

Elizabethtown Memorial Gardens Cemetery

A sunny photo of Elizabethtown Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
A sunny photo of North Hardin Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

“With kindness and compassion as our guiding principles, we provide a serene and comforting final resting place for your loved ones.”

North Hardin Memorial Gardens Cemetery

We're here to support you every step of the way. Our experienced team is ready to assist with any questions or concerns, ensuring your family's wishes are honored with grace and respect.

Meet the team

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etiquette

& guidelines

We believe in maintaining the sacred beauty of our grounds while providing a safe and peaceful space for all.

These guidelines are a reflection of our commitment to creating an environment where families can find solace, pay tribute to their loved ones, and connect with their memories.

We understand that visiting a cemetery can be an emotional experience, and we're here to ensure that your time here is one of comfort and reverence.

Please take a moment to review our guidelines, designed to preserve the tranquility and respect that define our cemeteries.

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FAQ

How can I locate my loved ones in the cemetery?

You may call or email our office. We will be glad to give you the location where you can find their grave. The website also has maps to assist you if you know the location. Staff will be happy to meet you at your convenience to help out if necessary.

What type of memorial am I allowed to use?

The type of memorial you choose depends on what type of grave you purchase and sometimes, how many. Some graves in the cemetery are relegated to flat bronze on granite markers. Others are designed for upright monuments. Even with this type of grave, you will need to purchase two to use an upright. If you want a single upright, you must agree to use a flat marker on the adjacent grave. The cemetery highly recommends that you choose a reputable memorial dealer to help you in choosing your memorial. Costly mistakes are made when people make these types of purchases online or from some other entity.

What is allowed in the cemetery?

Only items made of quality marble, granite and/or bronze are allowed in any of our cemeteries. You may place things on your loved ones’ graves, we just ask that you remember first, that we cannot be responsible for lost or stolen items and second, that you keep items up on your upright memorial or in an attached vase. During mowing season, which varies depending on the weather, we will remove things that impede the care and upkeep of the grounds.

What if I no longer plan to use my burial spaces?

The cemetery does not buy back graves. You may advertise them however you’d like and at the price you choose. The cemetery only needs to be involved when you have found a buyer so that we may assist in the transfer of ownership in our records. There is a nominal bookkeeping fee.

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Have more questions? Connect with us using the form below or call us at 270-769-5954. We would be happy to help.

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