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Cedar Rapids, IA
Center Point, IA
The Flower Shop at Cedar Memorial offers a complete range of floral products and services. In addition to live flowers, live plants, and cemetery placements, The Flower Shop's talented designers offer creative solutions for special occasions, holidays, weddings, and corporate accounts. Call us at (319) 393-8004 or toll free at 1-877-638-2622.
Relieve your family the burden of making difficult decisions during a time of great stress and grief. By taking the time to preplan now, you will save money and give peace of mind to your family and loved ones at a time when they will need it most. To get started, call (319) 393-8000 or toll free at 1-800-275-2332 and ask to speak with a Certified Preplanning Counselor.
There is nothing more important to us than serving families and being there for them when they need us most. Please review our services and let us know how we can help. Stop in or call us at (319) 393-8000 or toll free at 1-800-275-2332. We're here for you.
We help families deal with grief long
after the funeral is over. The tools and advice offered here are a great starting
place, but if you need more help dealing with your grief, please call (319) 393-8000 or toll free at 1-800-275-2332 and ask for our
"Everything for your family." These four simple words drive everything we do at Cedar Memorial. From the moment you enter our facilities, it's our goal to embrace you and your family with beauty, quality, comfort, and support.
Leonard Kelly died as a result of injuries he sustained while storming the beaches at Normandy during WWII. For over 70 years Mr. Kelly's remains rested in an unmarked grave in the Woodlawn section of Cedar Memorial Park Cemetery. With the help of multiple organizations and Cedar Memorial this was remedied in 2016.
How is this scenario possible when the Veterans Administration offers a free headstone or marker to honorably discharged veterans?
While the headstone or marker is free, the foundation on which it's placed and the installation is not, and cemeteries simply don't have the financial resources or staff to do this at no charge.
To form the Veterans Memorialization Project, the Cedar Valley Detachment 99 of the Marine Corps League, the Linn County Veterans Affairs Office and Cedar Memorial Park Cemetery have joined forces.
The goal is to ensure that the sacrifices made by our local veteran heros will be recognized by future generations. Working together, funds will be raised to facilitate the placement of headstones or markers at the graves of honorably discharged veterans who have gone without any memorialization for at least 10 years. This will include every cemetery located in Linn County.
If you would like to donate to this worthy cause, please send donations for the "Veterans Memorialization Project of Linn County" to the Marine Corps League, 6110 First Avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52405.