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Mt. Olivet Memorial Park
1436 Kenosha Road
Zion, IL US
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MEMORIAL GUIDELINES BY SECTION
It is imperative that you consider the type of memorial you want before you purchase grave spaces as the types of memorials allowed differ by section - and sometimes differ within certain sections. A memorial type may be allowed on one space and a different memorial on the next space.
Please check with our office to learn the specific memorial types allowed on the grave space for which you own interment rights. Do not sign a contract to purchase a marker until the company you are ordering from calls us to verify what you are purchasing is allowed. If you skip this important step and the marker does not meet our rules and regulations for the interment rights in question, we will refuse installation of the marker.
|Rev C, A, F, J & K||Varies by space location|
|LPG||Flush Bronze or Flush Granite|
|Eternal Peace||Individual Flush Bronze Only|
|11 & all Children's Gardens||Flush Bronze Only|
|H, G, B, C||Upright, bevel, slant or flush|
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