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Memorials For One Person

A memorial for one person is one of the highest honors you can give to a loved one that past or even a loved one that is still living. Engraved letters and symbols in stone help to tell their story for future generations to look upon with reverence.

A memorial for one tells a single lifelong story of the person being memorialized. Traditionally Select from thousands of clip art works as well as a specific granite or stone color can really bring that story to life.

Monument Styles of Memorials for One Person

Choosing the right monument style for a single person can be difficult, but there are many options to choose from. Here are some of the most popular styles of monuments for one person:

  • A traditional flat marker is found in almost every cemetery. It’s made from granite or marble and contains an inscription on the top flat, polished surface that is engraved with who was buried or interned there, as well as dates of birth and death. Other symbols of personal significance help to also tell their individual life story.
  • An Upright Tablet and Base are more popular in mid-west cemeteries and by far the most customizable. Along with all the important engravings and a general selection of granite colors, you will also be able to select the various polish styles of all above-ground faces. Read more about upright styles here.
  • Engraved Memorial Benches are unique multi-piece memorials that can be placed in more places than just in the cemetery. They are used to allow those returning to the grave in remembrance a place to sit and rest alongside. With many engrav-able faces, your memorial design will be sure to tell many stories. Read more about the specifics of bench memorials here.
  • Slant Memorials are some of the most traditional and modest monuments available. Mid-size as compared to taller upright monuments, a slant memorial is known for its delicately slanted front face that helps to provide a view of the engraving from many angles. Modest in engrav-able space, these memorials traditionally come set atop a similarly colored granite base which presents a grand, pyramid-style memorial. Read more about Slant Memorials here.
Memorials For One Person
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Upright Tablet and Base
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Engraved Memorial Bench
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Slant Memorial

Design Elements of Single Memorials

Here are a few design elements you may want to consider when choosing a single monument:

  • Personalization. A single monument can be personalized with inscriptions and other design features that reflect the life of your lost loved one. For example, if you’re looking for a way to honor the memory of someone who was passionate about fishing, consider having an engraved scene of his favorite fishing spot placed on his memorial.
  • Granite materials. Single graves are typically made from granite, which is durable and beautiful but also affordable compared with other kinds of stone monuments such as marble or even more expensive limestone. Easily engraved, our granite headstones will stand up to the elements for many years to come.
  • Custom inscriptions. Almost solely dependent on the engravable space, adding a custom inscription to the back or upper corners of the memorial design will only aid in telling the story of your loved one. Bible verses, favorite quotes, or even handwriting samples are just some of the options available.
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Previous Memorials For One

  • Tresler Elizabeth Mt. Hope Peru
  • Fisher Danny Mt. Hope Peru e1600461525833
  • Sands Tony Davis
  • Zimmerman Timothy Mt Hope Logansport
  • Wooten Josephine New London
  • Spraker Linda Ball Hill
  • Singleton Vicki Greenlawn Greentown 1
  • Roberts Katherine Mt. Hope Peru
  • Reese Michael Crown Point
  • Nevill Mary Mt Hope Logansport
  • Munoz Torres Isaias Mt Hope Logansport front
  • Morock Carl Pisgah
  • Kiefer Nurnie Deedsville
  • Kline Mary South Union
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  • Hartman Heather North Union
  • Hall Patrick Mt Hope Logansport
  • Grass Renae Rochester
  • Graham Janet Thrailkill
  • Gibbs Sherril Mt Hope Logansport
  • Fluette Vicky St. Charles 1
  • Embry Vivian Crown Point
  • Dilworth Bobby Mt. Hope Peru
  • David Janet Mt Hope Logansport
  • Crumley Steven North Union
  • Cox Sheila Albright top
  • Cook Ronald Greenlawn Greentown
  • Clem Isaac Miami
  • Carmen Catressa
  • Brown Lola Fairview front
  • Brockett Kathy Fairview
  • Boller Andrew Olive Branch
  • Bowman John Parklawn
  • Brady Matthew Russiaville
  • Blackburn David Galveston
  • Benzing Robert Mt. Hope
  • Beatty Monty Peoria
  • Austin Eric Whiteman
  • Arnold Gloria Albright
  • Barkley Teresa Albright
  • Fellow New London 001 1
  • Ramer Nellie Springdale
  • Hartman Heather North Union back
  • Chavez Fajardo David Mt Hope Logansport
  • O Vadka Debra Russiaville
  • Williams Jeffrey Peoria 2
  • Singleton Vicki Greenlawn Greentown
  • Powell Matthew Monon grave
  • Antonelli Stanley Mt Hope Logansport
  • Rusk Porter Lee Royal Center cropped 2
  • Byer Alainee Riverside
  • Eviston Shade Friends
  • Burton Connie Edinburgh front view
  • McConnell JoNell Rankin 2015 03
  • Foutch Matthew Normanda
  • Glassburn Todd Walton
  • Pavey Jerry Albright
  • Rogers Berna Dean Mt. Hope
  • Simms James Mt Hope Logansport
  • Tavarez Luz Walton front
  • Young Jack Albright

Where to Design and Purchase a memorial for one person

While there are many different types of memorials, we hope that this article has helped you understand the best way to memorialize a loved one. Remember, there’s no one right answer when it comes to placing a memorial to honor someone, only the memorial you choose.

You should always choose something that feels right for you and your family members—and if you need more help along the way, we’re here for you! Send us your information at your earliest convenience and one of our trained memorial designers will be right with you.

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