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stone monument Maryville, TN

January 11, 2020

End-of-Life Resources and How to Find Them

When a person nears the end of his or her life, each passing day is consuming. Consumed by confusion, sorrow, denial, and even acceptance. Death is an inevitable fact of life. Although surrounded by loved ones and close friends, death can also be a lonely process for us. There are countless end-of-life resources that are

Headstones in Braille Knoxville, TN

January 9, 2020

Headstone Construction

Headstones have changed drastically over time. But, we still use old-world fabrication techniques daily. Legacy Headstones has specialized in handcrafting high-quality headstones for almost a century. We take great pleasure in educating our customers about the heritage and history of headstone construction. These structures have been devices of human culture since the beginning of time.

Grave site Investment

January 2, 2020

Gravesites Investments

There are pros and cons to every investment opportunity. Some people prefer to stick with the classics. Classics such as mutual funds, savings bonds, and stocks. There is a gravesite investment that is taking the financial market by storm. Have you have been searching for a venture that’s a little out of the ordinary? Look

companion headstone Knoxville, Oak Ridge Tennessee

December 20, 2019

How to Plan on Companion Headstones or Family Plots

Are you or your family members interested in making an eternal investment? Pre-planning is one of the smartest things you can do when it comes to those end-of-life services. Services no one likes to discuss. Both the costs of burial and cremation continue to rise. Many families are purchasing burial plots well in advance of

Mausoleum Knoxville, Oak Ridge Tennessee

December 12, 2019

Mausoleum Maintenance

Mausoleum Maintenace is no simple task. There are dozens of issues that can impact the safety and security of the structure. Exterior and interior elements can fail and stone can sway. Also, extreme climate conditions can wreak havoc on the surfaces of a mausoleum. Follow these steps to ensure that your loved one’s final resting

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December 5, 2019

Headstones and Surrounds

Gravestones have changed tremendously over the last several centuries. One trend lives on: personalization of the gravesite. Surviving family members and friends decorate the final resting places of the deceased. They decorate with flowers, relics, and other embellishments. One of the most common forms of personalization in cemeteries is that of headstones and surrounds. Maybe

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November 25, 2019

First holiday After Loss of a Family Member

Losing a loved one can be very difficult. We each mourn in our own ways. As we approach the holiday season, it is especially important to discover ways in which you can celebrate life and preserve the memories we have of friends and loved on this first holiday After Loss. Although the holidays are typically

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November 25, 2019

Choosing the best photo for a Headstone

Headstone Photo Considerations 1. Avoid Cropped Pictures Make sure the picture you choose is the exact image you want to see on the headstone. Parts that have been removed from the image cannot be filled in or fixed. Try to choose a picture of your loved one that’s average size and not pixelated. Keep these thoughts in

stone monument Maryville, TN

November 20, 2019

Top Ten Scenic Cemeteries in America

Death can be disconcerting to some people, but there is so much beauty to behold behind the gates of the most stunning cemeteries in America. Graveyards aren’t all spooky places. Some cemeteries of historical value are filled with lush greenery and remarkable architecture. Burial grounds such as these serve as monuments to death but also

Comparing Bronze and Granite Headstones

July 17, 2019

Comparing Bronze and Granite Headstones

Comparing Bronze and Granite Headstones Bronze grave markers tend to have removable plates or scrolls attached to the plaques. This is for displaying the name, and dates of birth and death of the deceased.   This feature is particularly useful when opting for a companion gravestone. It is easy to add the details of the death