If you own property in Benton County
Memorial Park, and you choose to use the
cemetery property for burial, inurnment, or
entombment in our mausoleum on an at need
basis, there will be an additional discount of 10%
from the prices listed on the funeral home General
Price List. To qualify for the Heritage Plan you must
meet the following conditions.
- The final place of rest must be Benton
County Memorial Park.
- All merchandise and services must be
provided by the cemetery or funeral home.
Payment of funeral home charges must be
made in full at the time of service.
A reception area is available for all families
served by the funeral home as well as property
owners within the park free of charges. Just check
with the cemetery office for availability.
For those families that choose above ground
interment, there are three types of mausoleums or
crypts at Benton County Memorial Park. They are the
Community Mausoleum for inside entombment, the
Garden Mausoleum with an outside exposure, and the
cremation crypts that enclose cremation urns.
The Rose Garden contains both in ground
burial for cremation urns, as well as granite crypts
that contain the urns in above ground chambers.
The granite crypts are constructed of the
finest granite, yet are surprisingly affordable. The
name scrolls are made of solid bronze. Either
choice is a fitting way of memorializing one’s life.
“The choice of cremation for final
disposition in no way eliminates the
importance of celebrating the life lived.”
A memorial service can be elaborate or simple,
and it can be traditional or non-traditional. Today,
arrangements are as individual as the persons for
whom they are made. A ceremony may be
personalized to reflect the life of the deceased and
have special meaning for those present."