Bench Monuments

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Memorial Design

Bench Monuments are a great way to honor a loved one and keep their stories close.

This type of memorial has ample room to tell your loved ones story. Meanwhile, grieving family members have a comfortable place to feel close to their loved one while resting on the seat provided. 

There are many memorial engraving options to choose from that we can incorporate into your Bench. The Parson’s Bench Monument featured here features Jean’s favorite flowers and her earthly passion, books. This park bench style 4-piece granite bench can be placed anywhere, not just the cemetery. In fact, this style is widely used by cities to beautify their paths and parks.

When placed in the cemetery Bench monuments typically fill two grave spaces which leaves substantial space for your design. There are variations like a monu-bench that has an upright section and seating. Also pedestal benches have space to enshrine ashes as well as decorative seating.

To build upon your own individual story you would like preserved forever it is best to speak with our expert memorial designer about your specifics and to help get you started.

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Traditional Bench Memorials

Traditional bench memorials serve as tangible links between the past and the present. They symbolize a connection to history and remind us of the individuals who have shaped our communities and society. By providing a physical presence for remembrance, these memorials become gathering points for stories, anecdotes, and shared experiences. They bridge the gap between generations, allowing older members of the community to impart their wisdom to younger ones while fostering a sense of continuity and shared heritage.

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Bench Monument Combinations

Monuments have long played a vital role in commemorating individuals, events, and ideas that hold historical, cultural, or personal significance. They serve as timeless reminders of the past and hold the power to evoke a range of emotions in those who encounter them. One unique and increasingly popular form of memorial is the combination of a bench and an upright monument, aptly named “Bench Monument Combinations.” In this blog post, we will delve into the world of these striking memorials, exploring their aesthetic appeal, practicality, and the heartfelt stories they can tell.

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Pedestal Bench Memorials

Memorials hold great significance in society, serving as poignant reminders of the past and the people who shaped our lives. While traditional monuments and statues have long dominated the landscape, a new trend is emerging: the pedestal bench memorial. These unique structures combine the practicality of a bench with the symbolism of a memorial, creating purposeful resting places that honor and remember loved ones.

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Park Bench Memorials

In the heart of many bustling parks, amidst the whispering trees and playful laughter, lie silent witnesses to cherished memories and lives well-lived. Park bench memorials, with their simple elegance and enduring presence, offer a unique way to honor loved ones and leave a lasting legacy. These thoughtful tributes, strategically placed in serene surroundings, provide comfort, solace, and a sense of connection for those seeking a peaceful space for reflection.

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