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    Cemeteries & Memorial Parks in Summerville

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    Business Listing   Erwin-Petitt Funeral Home Inc - Summerville, GA - Phone: (706) 857-2481

    Business Listing   Price Funeral Home - Summerville, GA - Phone: (706) 857-2477

    Business Listing   Rainwater Earle Funeral Home - Summerville, GA - Phone: (706) 857-4599

    Business Listing   Rainwater Funeral Home - Summerville, GA - Phone: (706) 857-3423

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    Helpful Definition for: Cemeteries & Memorial Parks

    Summerville has cemeteries and memorial parks. A cemetery is a burial ground for the deceased. A memorial park is a place where one can memorialize or remember the deceased. Rituals may include burial, cremation, memorial services, installing and inscribing headstones, cremation urns and many others. These services are designed to make the ritual memorable, dignified and loving. One can also pre-plan funerals, pick out headstones, etc. Personalized services may be offered to friends and family of the departed one, to mark the day in the way they would want to remember it. Veterans are buried with special honors. Memorial tablets, flower arrangements and the services of a funeral director are some other services that may be offered in Summerville.

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