The most common shape of this unit is flat, however, they can also be beveled or slant.
This memorial is typically placed at a site where a larger upright memorial is marking a family lot.
Marker 12Shown in Gray Granite. This is an example of a marker where only the name and dates are engraved onto a polished surface.
Marker 13Shown in Gray Granite. This slant face style marker is frequently requested for use in rural cemeteries. (SMC 77017)
Marker 14Shown in Gray Granite. Shown with an optional bottom base, or platform. This slant face style marker is frequently requested for use in rural cemeteries. (SMC 76113)
Marker 15Shown in Gray Granite. This double flat style marker has a scenic design representing the couple's love of camping. (270490)
Marker 16Shown in Victorian Rose Granite. The United States Marine Corp emblem is proudly displayed on this flat marker. All military branch emblems are available. (271174)
Marker 17Shown in Gray Granite. This companion flat marker is simple in design. The panels around the names can be done in other styles. (SMC 85634)
Marker 18Shown in Wassua Red Granite. The Latin Cross makes a statement of faith on this uncomplicated memorial. (280002)
Marker 19Shown in Black Diamond Granite. Hobbies can be easily represented on most memorials. (280157)
Marker 22 (Ledger)Shown in Victorian Rose Granite. A ledger marker covers the entire length and width of a grave. Available in half-size (as shown), or full-size. (C28035)