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    Calvary Cemetery Association

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    (218) 741-5591

    Highway 169 West


    Calvary Cemetery Association is a business providing services in the field of Cremation. Calvary Cemetery Association is located in Virginia, MN on Highway 169 West.

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    Calvary Cemetery Association
    Address : Highway 169 West Virginia, MN 55792
    •   (218) 741-5591
    •   No fax number available
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    Helpful Tip for: Cremation

     Cremation, in Virginia, is the process of reducing a dead body to ashes by burning. It is usually done in a crematorium in Virginia.

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