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The last step in making arrangements for passing is choosing a monument. This will be the physical reminder of the deceased to mark a final resting place for future generations.

Monuments come in a variety of durable stones and metals, such as granite, marble, and bronze. Each headstone is unique and will be designed to individual specifications.

Here is how the process works:

Initial Consultation-Unlike monument dealers, we do not stock a lot full of blank stones, waiting to add your name. We design from scratch, allowing the maximum flexibility from the color, shape, size and selected personalized etchings!  

  • Provide information on whom headstone is for.
  • Browse through options of materials and styles.
  • Choose monument.

Design Phase-With computer programming, we can show you various printed rough drafts, in order to complete your monument with 100% accuracy.

  • Create etching with designs.
  • Gain approval from patron.
  • Gain approval from cemetery.

Production and Delivery

  • Designs are sent out.
  • Monument is ordered from manufacturer.
  • Delivery is received, and patron is notified.


  • Cemetery is contacted.
  • Monument is set.
  • Any custom engraving is completed.
  • Monument is cleaned and polished.
  • Patron is contacted.

For more information and inquiries, contact us at 

Fritz Cemetery Monuments  

1325 Centre Street Ashland, PA 


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