Loved ones are scattered across the globe these days, which can make it difficult for family and friends to visit a loved one’s cemetery plot or see the memorial tablets and monuments. For this reason, Inglewood Park Cemetery is pleased to offer a photo service, so family and friends can see where a loved one is interred even when they cannot make the trip in person.
We offer both digital and paper photos that can be shared with loved ones. Digital photos can be provided in both landscape and portrait orientation in 100 dpi, while paper photos are printed on 5×7 glossy paper. The photos are done in color and cropped so that the inscription can be seen. Keep in mind that inscriptions can become weathered over time, which can affect readability.
Let Inglewood Park Cemetery help you keep your loved ones connected with our photo services. Our cemetery in the Los Angeles area is always available to answer your questions about cremation and internment spaces. Find out more by calling (310) 412-6500.
After the funeral and cemetery services, sending thank you notes offers you a way to express your gratitude to the people who have been there for you and your loved one. Continue reading for helpful advice on writing a funeral thank you card.
Choose a card that offers something that is meaningful to you, the cemetery service, and the person who has passed on. Before you begin writing, think about the person you are writing to and the role that he or she played in your loved one’s life. When composing the note, be sure to mention your gratitude for any way in which the individual helped you or your loved one during this difficult time.
If you need cemetery services in the Los Angeles area, then consider working with Inglewood Park Cemetery. For information about our memorial and cemetery options, please call (310) 412-6500.
Are you considering cremation services in advance of need for yourself or a loved one? If so, there are several factors for you to consider, one of which is your cremation memorial options. Among our services, Inglewood Park Cemetery offers several ways to memorialize cremated remains.
Following the cremation process, the cremated remains are typically placed inside of an urn for a permanent replacement. Many people opt to inter urns in columbarium niches. We have several alcove locations in which urns can be stored, with bronze, marble or glass fronts. Many of these are inside the mausoleums, but we also have some that incorporated into our garden mausoleum areas. We also offer cremation garden areas for anyone who wishes to inter cremated remains in a natural garden setting of landscaped beauty featuring trees, shrubs, flowers and water features.
The compassionate and experienced staff at Inglewood Park Cemetery provides professional services for memorials and cremation in the Los Angeles area. Please call (310) 412-6500 to learn more.
Pre-planning your cemetery services offers many advantages, but it’s common for people to have questions about this process. If you’re planning ahead for your burial or cremation at Inglewood Park Cemetery, then keep reading to learn the answers to commonly asked questions that we hear about our pre-need cemetery services.
What if I need my cemetery property before it’s developed?
Your contract with us will ensure that, in the case of need, the undeveloped property will be exchanged for developed property of equal value for no additional cost.
How much will I need to put down?
Inglewood Park Cemetery asks for a minimum of 10% down, and a portion of this will be due at signing. The remainder usually can be paid within 30 days, and we offer financing plans with monthly payment options for up to 84 months. If you’d like to have smaller monthly payments, then consider putting down more of the cost at the time of signing. In addition, if you sign up for automatic withdrawal of your monthly payments, we offer 24 months interest free.
What’s the purpose of a outer burial container?
Outer burial containers are required for all ground burials, and their function is to protect the casket or urn from things like soil weight and moisture. Concrete is porous, so there will be some water seepage, but the vault will prevent the casket from being crushed and allowing the soil above to sink downward.
What are lawn crypts?
Lawn crypts are graves that are sold with the outer burial container already in place.
What if my family needs the property before it’s paid off?
Inglewood Park Cemetery offers a Family Protection Plan at no additional cost. The plan is available to customers who are less than 65 years of age and who sign a contract for cemetery property purchase. We offer a second protection plan for children who are older than 6 months and younger than 18 years. Please contact us for more information.
Inglewood Park Cemetery offers a wide range of products and services to accommodate nearly any budget. If you’d like to learn more about what’s involved in funeral pre-planning, then please contact our cemetery serving the Los Angeles area by calling (310) 412-6500.