Monuments Available Through CHCO
The CHCO has decided to make their unique monuments available to the public. They can be placed in any cemetery in the counties listed including Memorial Parks. You will save hundreds of dollars.
Here is a list of types of monuments and the requested donations:
Ledger crypt gray granite covers the grave. Six inches thick. See at the grave of Confederate Dr. B. Cromwell, Frostburg Memorial Park, Frostburg, Md.
Grave of Mary Coffey at St. Patrick Cemetery in Cumberland, single granite flat monument.
Graves of Joseph & Mina Dooley at St. Patrick Cemetery, Cumberland, Md., Double granite monument.
Grave of CHCO Secretary 1991-98 Florence Finan at Hillcrest Memorial Park, Cumberland, Md., it is a single monument with bronze plaque and urn with a granite base.
Grave of Edward R. Taylor, his wife, Mary (still living) at Hillcrest Memorial Park., Cumberland, Md., double monument with bronze plaque, urn and granite base.
Graves of Bernard & Katherine Wolford, located at Rest Lawn Memorial Park, LaVale, Md., double monument with two bronze plaques, urn and granite base.
Listed are two other styles of monuments, “Sheridan”, gray granite base, 4 ft., top 3 ft. tall and 20 inches wide.
“Galante” monument, 5ft. base, 20 inches tall, gray granite.
“Corley” monument, 3ft. tall and 1 1/2 ft. wide, gray granite.
Monuments can be any color of granite – donations will be adjusted. On all monuments you will not be charged for lettering. Remember anything is possible. The CHCO will list the graves on their designated gravesites list and they will be decorated twice a year.