Families choose cremation for a variety of reasons such as environmental, philosophical or religious preferences. Others choose cremation because they feel it is less complicated. No matter the reason, Dulaney Valley Family Service Advisors are here to answer any questions you may have regarding cremation.
Cremated remains may be interred in the traditional manner in a family site, single grave, or niche within the community mausoleum complex. The mausoleum contains interior glass front niches as well as exterior granite front niches. The cemetery also offers niches in a wall surrounding The Apostles Circle.
Ground Burial Inurnment
Marble or Granite Front Niches
Apostles Circle Wall Niches
Bronze Giving Tree Urn
Inurnment Service Fees
For traditional ground placement, the inurnment service fee includes the opening and closing of the grave, greens, tent and chairs. When placing ashes in a cremation product such as a bench, boulder, or tree urn, the fee includes the opening and closing of these items. For cremated remains placed in a marble, granite or glass front niche, the fee includes the removal and replacement of the niche front. The inurnment fee also includes administration fees such as permanent record keeping and documentation.