Wallace Memorial Cemetery, Inc
Monday, August 21, 2017

Mausoleum

 

Wallace Memorial Cemetery also has a mausoleum, which includes crypts and cremation niches.  The mausoleum includes a chapel and two completed buildings.  A fourth building has been constructed directly behind the chapel which includes 480 crypts and 160 niches.  With the construction of the new building, a courtyard has been designed to feature engraved panels of the seasons of the year and a Wall of Honor to recognize individuals in all branches of services, also including police, fire, and EMS units.

 

The chapel is in the main building of the mausoleum.  It features a stained glass window depicting "Jesus, the Good Shepherd."  The chapel is shaped in a cross, with wings on either side of the stained glass window.  The mausoleum chapel offers the ability to conduct visitations and funeral services or a private setting for families to meet and reflect on deceased loved ones.  Community events are also held in the chapel, such as a Sunrise Service with local churches on Easter Morning.

     

Buildings to the left, right, and behind chapel feature crypts and cremation niches.
Crypts range in price from *$4,000.00 to *$5,500.00
Cremation niches range from *$1,500.00 to *$1,800.00

*Price subject to change without notice.  Call for current prices
 

     

    

    
 

Above are pictures of the courtyard area of Wallace Memorial Cemetery Mausoleum
which is located directly behind the chapel. 
The newest building shown above includes 480
individual crypts and 160 niches.
The building features four engraved panels depicting
each one of the four seasons of the year.
Skylights are in each alcove of the building.
In front of the building is a courtyard with landscaping and benches.

 

Located on the back wall of the main chapel, in the courtyard, is the Wall of Honor. This wall is to recognize individuals who have served in all branches of the military, also including: police, fire, and EMS units.  A loved one's name can be engraved on a panel of  their service.  Individuals do not have to be buried in the Wallace Memorial Cemetery or entombed in the mausoleum to be included on the wall.

 

    

 

 

 

 

Sales of crypts, niches, and engraving on the Wall of Honor are now being taken.
If you are interested, please contact Jerry Campbell by
email or phone 304-392-9811.