Thanks to the generous donations of so many, we are happy to share the news that we have memorialized the group committal grave of the cremated remains that were buried on Saturday, October 21, 2017, at All Saints Cemetery in Newfield, Gloucester County. The granite monument, a focal point of the cremation section at All Saints Cemetery, features St. Michael the Archangel. We also extend our sincere appreciation to Ravelli Memorials for their continued support and generosity.  We invite you visit All Saints Cemetery to see the lovely granite monument.

On Monday, March 26, 2018, a few friends gathered and Rev. Michael J. Matveenko, Pastor of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Sicklerville, blessed the new monument.

We feel truly blessed to practice the Corporal Work of Mercy of burying the dead. We are continually striving to provide compassionate and comforting guidance and service to the hearts and souls burdened with grief and anxiety. As we continue to celebrate this most holy season, we hope that you find peace and joy in the promise of the Resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ. The journey of a Catholic life prepares us for eternal life with our Lord. The Church invites all to regard the mystery of death not as the “last word” of human destiny but rather as a passage to eternal life.

Keep in mind, it is never too early to purchase burial rights. To help alleviate the financial stress of making arrangements at the time of death, we offer discounts and a monthly payment plan with no interest for pre-need purchases.

If you are interested in learning more, please call 855-MyPrePlan (855-697-7375) and a member of our staff will assist you.