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St. Charles Monuments offices are located at 1280 North Wellwood Avenue in West Babylon, New York 11704. St. Charles Monuments of Long Island has been family owned and operated for over 65 years. Our memorials are fabricated locally and we take pride in producing a cemetery monument in a timely manner.
When someone you love passes away, it can be a difficult time. After four generations, we have lost our own loved ones and know the feeling of confusion and disbelief. When it comes time to choose a style and type of monument, it is important that you are treated with care and quality customer service. We understand that by your family choosing our custom monument company to tell your family story, it is not a right but a privilege. We care about each family that walks through our doors. To best express your family and loved one through a monument, we take the time to understand your family's story. Your family's monument will represent countless memories and acts of love.
Although life may end, memorials last forever.
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As different cultural groups have evolved, their funeral traditions have changed as well. Burying the individual’s body immediately and celebrating their life afterward is a common burial custom in the Jewish faith. For Catholics, performing the last rites before somebody dies is important. But, even within the realm of Christianity, a related faith like Protestantism has different traditions than Catholics. As a Long Island headstone company that specializes in creating upright monuments, we understand and respect these traditions. Read on to learn about the funeral traditions in the Protestant faith. What Are The Differences Between Protestants and Catholics? Before delving… Read more »
This post is part of a series that documents the various traditions held by religions throughout the nation. Even across similar cultures and religions, funeral traditions can vary drastically. Many people view these funeral traditions as integral in overcoming the grieving process. As a Long Island monuments company, we have grown accustomed to all of these traditions. In this post, we’ll discuss the traditions of a Catholic burial. 1. Before Death: Last Rites For those who consider themselves devout Catholics, the funeral process begins before death. When family members observe that an individual is growing seriously ill, they may contact… Read more »
After a loved one passes away, making funeral preparations can be quite stressful. There are a lot of decisions that one must make, which can be especially difficult if they have never done this before. Purchasing a fitting headstone, arranging wake and funeral services, and choosing a cemetery can be somewhat overwhelming. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the considerations that you should make when selecting a cemetery for a loved one. 1. Which Type of Cemetery is Best? In some instances, the funeral home staff handling your loved one’s services may liaise with cemetery staff to arrange… Read more »