(Cremation Services) Burial
A special place for remembrance
In-ground burial of a cremation urn, like traditional burial, gives family and friends a special place to visit, in perpetuity. A place where a permanent memorial—from a headstone to a simple plaque—marks forever the final resting place of a cherished family member. Following are some of the locations and burial options to choose from throughout the Park.
Located in Section T, these cremation gardens feature lots for individuals, couples and families. Set on landscaped terraces, each with lots ranging in various sizes for one urn, two urns, or the corner estates that accommodate up to eight urns. Also offered are our unique and exclusive Cremation Vessels, which can accommodate the communal interment of up to 14 family members over several generations.
Garden of Remembrance
Located near the entrance to The Park and adjacent to the Garden Chapel, this verdant garden features lots designed for single interments. The urn is placed in a concrete vault in the ground and a granite or bronze tablet, with a personalized memorial inscription, forms the lid of the vault.
“This is a brief but heartfelt note of thanks for your help, your warmth and your compassion extended to me and my family as we bid farewell to my beloved…Your assistance, and that of your staff, was invaluable and we will all be forever grateful to you.”
“Fraction” Cremation Graves
Throughout Royal Oak Burial Park there are sites unsuitable for casket interment, but perfectly suited for cremation interment. These individual and companion graves offer more choices regarding the size and style of marker that can be used, and also allow for the option of a protective cremation burial vault.
Interment of the cremated remains of up to two people may be added to an existing casket grave, and additional markers may be placed on the grave for each interment. Proof of relationship to the existing interred deceased and their authority to use these secondary interment privileges is required.