Memorializing the Deceased

There is a lasting bond between the living and the dead; we maintain our relationship and love with those who have gone before us and keep them forever close to our hearts. A memorial gesture is a wonderful way for our loved one to remembered and included in our unique community. Living Waters Columbarium is pleased to offer a variety of memorial options for the beloved deceased.

Memorial Niches

Francis Watson-Niche DoorMemorial niche doors are a wonderful way to commemorate a deceased loved one whose remains are entombed or interred elsewhere. Families may wish to purchase a memorial door for family members who have died in other parts of the world, so that they too can be included in the prayers and remembrance rituals celebrated.

Memorial Wall for the Unborn


Memorial Wall for the Unborn

Our memorial for the unborn enables families to create a place of prayer and memory for the briefest of lives lost through miscarriage, abortion and still birth. Set to be unveiled on the Feast Day of St. Gianna Beretta Molla, patroness of the unborn, the wall will feature each infant’s name and date of death. Moving forward, the babies will be remembered and celebrated annually on the Feast of Holy Innocents.


Pillars, Memorial Flowers

All Souls November 2010 - 3Options to commemorate the beloved deceased ensure that those who have gone before us are remembered and present in mystery within various celebrations and events throughout the year.Visiting the Columbarium2 These opportunities include the pillars of the dead for the celebration of All Souls, Christmas and Easter memorials, as well as memorial floral arrangements in the columbarium to commemorate special days or anniversaries.


Click:  Purchase a Memorial Commemorating an unborn child

Click:  Order Memorial Flowers
















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