Headstones & Grave Markers: A Reminder of Memories

Moles Farewell Tributes has a wide variety of grave markers available to commemorate the life of your lost loved one. Whether your choice includes a certain type of marker, the level of personalization available, or even price, we’re happy to help you find the perfect option.

A monument, great or small, stands as a perpetual reminder of the memories and the achievements of those who have passed before us. Anyone’s remains can be permanently memorialized with a grave marker that includes a record of the deceased in our files forever.

Some people request a traditional flat grave marker, while others prefer the look of an upright headstone, and still others choose the natural look of a rock or boulder to mark their grave. Other families decide to memorialize their loved one with a monu-bench that offers a place for family, friends, and future generations to sit and remember those who have passed.

Some people choose to personalize a grave marker with a quote or photo to remember their lost loved one. Others may request a military reference, religious inscription, or illustration on the headstone before they pass. This, too, will determine the most appropriate type of grave marker.

Each of our Whatcom County locations offers an inviting selection room designed to showcase the many different grave marker options available for both traditional burial and cremation services. In addition, our farewell team members are available to ensure a helpful and comfortable environment to select the most appropriate grave marker for your loved one.
Please visit http://dealers.monuments.com/ to see more memorial marker designs.

The Grave Marker Selection Process

We employ a three step process to make choosing the appropriate memorial marker as easy as possible.

  • Step One—Choose the type and color of memorial: flat, pillow, slant, upright, rock, bench, granite or bronze.
  • Step Two—Personalize an existing design or express lifestyle attributes of your loved one(s) and let us help design something unique.
  • Step Three—Review and approve a proof of your design shared with your family before the marker is produced.