CemLS #34044 - Forest Lawn

CemLS: #34044 - Available

Location

Section: Section 19 Veteran's Field of Valor Lot: Multiple lots available Description: Distinguished area exclusively for burial of U.S. military veterans Price: $1,800 per grave for veterans

Plot Info

The Field of Valor™ is a distinguished area designed exclusively for burial of our esteemed military veterans and their spouses (additional cost for spouses - see below). Here, each grave is marked with the simple, elegant and distinctive upright marble memorial, provided by the U.S. Government - just like those in Arlington National Cemetery.

Cost for veteran's grave is $1,800 - priced at this reduced rate in tribute to veterans. New York State approved foundation and right to erect fees additional.

A spouse who choses cremation can be buried in the veteran's grave. A spouse choosing traditional casketed burial can purchase the adjacent grave for $2,200 with flat grey granite marker privilege. (Marker not included)

Cemetery Info

There’s no place like Forest Lawn. As one of the first deliberately designed and professionally landscaped rural cemeteries in the United States, its first interment took place in 1850. Today, there are more than 165,000 permanent residents in this 269-acre, not-for-profit cemetery, where all are welcome. Each year, we’re proud to host thousands of visitors who come to enjoy all that Forest Lawn has to offer. Unmatched natural beauty – hills, valleys, lakes and streams. Sculptural masterpieces. Living history. Most importantly, the stories of those who now rest in peace under our care - from a U.S. President and foreign royalty, to captains of industry, artists, inventors, veterans from every U.S. conflict since the Revolutionary War and people like us who have quietly built the community that we and our families enjoy.

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