Beautiful Cemetery Memorials In Mount Vernon NY
Supreme Memorials Offers Unique Granite Cemetery Monuments & Memorials Throughout The Mount Vernon Area.
When you need a cemetery monument or memorial for your loved one, it can be a big decision. We can help you by offering one of the largest selection of custom memorials that will last for many more years to come. Supreme Memorials has been in business since 1951 and our cemetery memorials are beautiful, unique, and over the years provided our customers with peace of mind when they need to choose a memorial.
Throughout the years we have provided our cemetery memorials all throughout Mount Vernon and New York, including cemeteries such as Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn, St. Johns Cemetery in Queens, St. Charles Cemetery in Long Island, and much more.
Cemetery Monuments & Memorials For Your Loved Ones
Obelisks are tall and have square bases. The obelisk tapers upward toward the sky and will sometimes include a decoration such as a statue, pyramid or ball near the top. In many cases, instead of a decoration at the top of the capital, there will be an urn. The obelisk is made up of a base, capital, and shaft and can range from very short to more than 90 inches.
Growing in popularity, angel monuments come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Most angels are hand sculpted and hand carved. While many businesses offer angel monuments that are mass produced in China and India, Supreme Memorials, Inc. hand carves each angel in our facility. We have the ability to custom design your angel monument all the way down to the details of the face.
Families looking for traditional burial monuments, but still want to be cremated, now have options. Supreme Memorials, Inc. provides many different styles of cremation memorials ranging from bench memorials to upright family monuments and private family columbaria.
Monument Engraving Services
We employ the area's finest engraving experts to ensure that your loved one's memorial matches the quality they deserve. Our team can handle letters that are knife-cut, frosted outlines, hand-tooled or hand-drawn, and many more styles. This is what distinguishes us from many other monument shops, and has helped keep us around since 1951.
Once the team is on site, we carefully review our worksheets, the contract, and the cemetery permit to verify the information we have on your engraving request. We will then coat the area of the monument to be lettered with a filler that seals any small pits in the granite or marble. When the material from carving the letters is removed, these open areas are then sandblasted with silica sand until they are the same depth as the surrounding letters. If the work requires hand-carved lettering, the process is slightly different - we still protect your memorial and we still use a template, but the letters are cut using a hammer and a chisel.
Testimonials About Our Cemetery Memorials in Mount Vernon
"I was pleased to receive notice that the work on my family's gravestone was completed. Last week, I had the opportunity to make a visit to Holy Cross Cemetery and see the actual finished stone. I would like you to know that I am extremely pleased with this fine workmanship and care with which my problem was solved. My Family and I are very appreciative of your kindness, understanding, and advice in solving this sensitive problem."
Brother Robert S. , OSF
"Your staff at Supreme Memorials did an excellent job inscribing our dad's name on the tombstone in Resurrection Cemetery Staten Island New York. Unfortunately, my dad passed only one year after you mad the stone for my mom. I really appreciate the personal service you gave to us, but I hope never to have to use your service again (really LOL) but if I do need a monument or if a family member or friend needs this type of service I will highly recommend you."
"Mike thanks for the excellent job your staff did on our stone. Your service was much faster then I expected. Even though you could not promise me the work to be done for mothers day because of cemetery permits that are needed to work on the stone. To my surprise, I received a phone call on Friday before mothers day letting me know my mom's name is on the stone."