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Spring Temperatures bring renewal of projects

SPRING TEMPERATURES BRING RENEWAL OF PROJECTS With the emerging spring-like weather, most of our facility projects, having hibernated during the winter, are staged and ready to proceed once more. Perhaps most notably, construction on the Garden of Roses’ new pergola is set to begin again in the next few days…...

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VACCINE PROVIDES NEW HOPE TO ARLINGTON’S RETURN TO NORMAL

ARLINGTON’S RETURN TO NORMAL The past twelve months have been both bizarre and deadly serious at the same time.  The coronavirus pandemic has been unlike anything that any of us have witnessed unless, that is, you’re an Ultra-Centenarian.  In many ways, the strategies we’ve employed to navigate our way through…...

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Ann Meyer Appointed by Governor DeWine to Cemetery Commission

Arlington’s Senior Vice President, Ann Meyer, has been appointed to the Ohio Cemetery Dispute Resolution Commission by Governor DeWine.  Her three year appointment is effective beginning March 3rd. The Ohio Dispute Resolution Commission is a nine-person commission that operates under the Department of Commerce, Division of Real Estate.  The Commission…...

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Garden of Roses

GARDEN OF ROSES Tornado damage requires rebuilding of pergola. On the evening of April 5, a tornado swirled through Arlington’s grounds leaving behind a line of destruction. Primarily, it twisted trees where they stood requiring their removal but the Garden of Roses long-standing pergola was totally destroyed leaving behind a…...

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Whispering Winds Scattering Garden

Whispering Winds Scattering Garden New features, designs add to ambiance While cremation may now be mainstream, back in 1986 it was still considered largely a novel option for final disposition if, that is, it was considered at all.  By a whopping 86% to 14%, Americans favored more traditional methods of…...

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Being Pet Friendly Also Means Pet Responsibility

Last September the Board of Trustees reversed its rule banning pets from our grounds.  Well behaved pets, primarily dogs, and their well-behaved human partners were invited to stroll through the memorial park provided they were…behaving.  The reasons for a reconsideration of a long-standing pet ban were varied but essentially there…...

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Improvements and Updates throughout Arlington

THE BLUE LINE AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS Arlington’s vast green spaces and winding roads can sometimes surprise new visitors who are perhaps unsuspecting of the breadth of the park-like setting. If they missed the directional signage when they entered from Compton, they can often tour most of the entire 165 acre…...

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Locating a Loved One at Arlington

LOCATING A LOVED ONE: CONVENIENT ALTERNATIVE One critical area of emphasis here at Arlington is to constantly seek improvement in the experience of lot owners and visitors to our grounds. Sometimes improvements come through developing or refining existing services; but, sometimes they come through the introduction of new products. During…...

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Mother’s Day at Arlington

You Will Never Understand… This coming Sunday we celebrate Mother’s Day.  Those of us fortunate enough to still have our Mothers in our lives will send a card, flowers, chocolates or pay a visit to that one, uniquely special person.  But for those who can’t personally visit their Mother, there’s…...

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The Arlington Lake Bridge

For a full 45 years, the arched walking bridge that spanned Arlington Lake had been one of the favorite destinations for Arlington visitors.  It was perfect for observing the lake’s fish and wildlife.  During the spring months, it was common for the bridge to serve as the prop for prom,…...

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