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Headstones and monuments can be made of various kinds of stone such as marble, granite, and limestone--and even metals like bronze. Commissioning a timeless monument or memorial for your loved one is a tried and true way to honor their memory for centuries to come, and finding the best company to create a beautiful, personal tribute that also abides cemetery regulations has never been easier.

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