The Washington Monument, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Vietnam “Wall” in Washington, D.C., are examples of memorialization. Psychologists say that remembrance practices, from the funeral or memorial service to bronze memorials or upright monuments serve an important emotional function to help bring closure and allow the healing process to begin.
Heritage, dedication, commitment, love and faith—upright monuments are statements carved in granite that reflect the meaning your loved one’s life.
An enduring way to mark the grave of a loved one, upright monuments are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. They can be as unique as your loved one, and because they are made of natural rock, no two granite grave memorials will ever be identical. You are only limited by your imagination when you create a granite memorial. To learn more about what we have to offer, please call or email us.
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Kent Memorial Gardens
7101 Clyde Park Ave.
Byron Center, MI 49315
Monday through Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
By appointment on Sundays
Greeted by a stately entrance, Kent Memorial Gardens is rich with history, having served the community for nearly 50 years. Nestled in a country setting with a wooded backdrop, Kent Memorial Gardens rests on 27 acres and is home to beautiful foliage and wildlife.