At Johns-Carabelli, a cemetery memorial or headstone isn’t simply chosen out of a catalog…it is designed to tell a story and reflect the spirit of those who are memorialized.
As a society, we memorialize our loved ones because they have lived, not because they have died. A memorial is more than just a headstone or a monument. A memorial is a permanent tribute to those we love. It is a means for future generations to reflect on someone’s life, whether their memorial is dedicated in a cemetery, a private personal place or a public setting.
When someone you love becomes a memory, your memory becomes a treasure. When the time comes to discuss a memorial or headstone for a loved one, the Johns-Carabelli family welcomes your questions and concerns. We know for many people, creating a memorial is something they have never had to do before. Let our experience, talents and knowledge guide you through this process. When your family partners with our family, together we can create a personalized memorial, “A Story in Stone”.
Experience the artistic difference in every memorial we create from a single flush marker to a family estate monument. Our Memorial Professionals, will guide you, from start to finish, creating your tribute to commemorate a Life.
Every memorial can be as unique and special as the life it commemorates. Our in-house designers and craftsmen capture an idea and translate it into a meaningful memorial. We help you create a tribute with personal meaning, capture a special memory or design a simple traditional memorial. We assure you the finest memorial art in every stone. A memorial is more than a means to mark a grave, it is an expression of the greatest human emotion, “Love”.
A memorial is one of the most personal of all purchases. The Johns-Carabelli family respects that this is an important part of the grieving and healing process after a loss. Our personal collaborative approach means you don’t need to settle for a generic catalog headstone. Our unique and personalized memorials don’t necessarily mean expensive, they mean true remembrance. Allow the Johns-Carabelli family the privilege of telling your story in stone.