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Temporary Grave Markers from Design Memorial Will Help Mark the Grave of a Loved One Until a Permanent Marker is Made

Why use granite markers?

  • Granite is virtually impervious to weathering from the harsh outside elements of the snow, freezing rain and heat.
  • Granite is attractive and durable.
  • Granite is maintenance free and unaffected by lawn fertilizers and difficult to be damaged by vandals.
  • Once your monument arrives these granite markers can be used as a memento for you and your family to place on your mantel or just about any where in your home.

These granite mementos measure 12’’ x 8’’ x 1” and are of a dark granite.
The cost to purchase is only $69.95 each, including engraving.
Should you purchase your monument from Design Memorial we will deduct 50% of the cost of the marker from your monument purchase.

Artwork:
Font:
Line 1: Max 20 Characters
Line 2: Max 56 Characters
Price: 69.95
 


Artwork
Font


Layout

 


Artwork: Dove
Font: Free Style Script


Artwork: Praying Hands
Front: Helvetica Narrow


Artwork: Cross
Font: Lambo HMK

Artwork: Bear
Font: Lucida Handwriting

Artwork: Dog
Font: Times New Roman

Artwork: Angel
Font: Old English


Design Memorial has been in the natural stone business for more than 100 years, and now we are pleased to offer temporary grave markers

Design Memorial Stone offers Granite Monuments, Temporary Grave Markers, and More!

Funeral homes and cemeteries use many products to help grieving family members when a loved one passes away, including temporary grave markers. Since 1977 our line of cemetery markers , tombstones , memorial bricks , and other memorial products have helped those who grieve to mark the grave of loved ones.  Temporary grave markers have also been used by death care professionals to help locate new burial sites until more permanent markers can be installed.
 
When loved ones pass away, it can take time to order a permanent grave marker or monument , so temporary grave markers are an essential aspect to the funeral service.  The temporary marker can also be used as garden ornaments once the permanent marker has been installed over the grave.
 
Design Memorial Stone Service has been providing grave markers, memorials, memory bricks, pet markers, garden art and more to residents of northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan since 1977. But this family owned and operated business has its roots in the Toledo Cut Stone Company which was begun almost 100 years ago!
 
Call the experienced professionals at Design Memorial Stone Service today to find out more about our grave markers , granite monuments, and memorial bricks, and more. We can be reached at 877-891-9101. We would be happy to help you select the right memorial stone for you and your family members.

Temporary grave markers:

  • are affordable and easy to use
  • can be labeled with funeral home information, cemetery information, grave location information, etc.
  • are excellent at helping locate graves during winter months when the ground is covered with snow
  • are durable and stands up to foul weather
  • can be given to the family as a keepsake once the permanent monument is in place