Finding the Right Words
Monuments and memorials represent what made a person so special — capturing their essence in just a few carefully crafted and chosen words.
Because the amount of space for wording on monuments can be limited, it helps to be concise and to think carefully about the wording you would like to be used.
Consider if your loved one has religious beliefs or maybe has a favorite quote they would want to be remembered by. Song lyrics are also a popular option. Some epitaphs can even be humorous. The options are limitless!
Contact us to discuss epitaphs that would be right for your loved one.
Examples of Traditional Epitaph Inscriptions:
- Forever in Our Hearts
- In Loving Memory of
- Until We Meet Again
- Always in Our Hearts
- Rest in Peace
- The Song Is Ended, But the Melody Lingers On
- Sweetly Sleeping
- Loving Memories Last Forever
- “I am ready to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter.” – Prime Minister Winston Churchill
- “Good friend, for Jesus’ sake forebear, To dig the dust enclosed here. Blessed be the man that spares these stones, And cursed be he that moves my bones.” – William Shakespeare
- “That’s all folks.” – Voice Actor Mel Blanc
- “If anyone at my funeral has a long face, I’ll never speak to him again.” – Comedian Stan Laurel
- “Now He Belongs to the Ages.” – President Abraham Lincoln, U.S. President
- “She Did It the Hard Way.” – Actress Bette Davis