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Daniel Applegate

Terrace on 23rd – Where Meaningful Memorialization and Natural Beauty Meet

Terrace on 23rd  Where Meaningful Memorialization and Natural Beauty Meet   Over the past few months, we’ve discussed the new “cremation campus” at the Garden of the Twenty Third Psalm that will, for identification and location purposes, be known as the Terrace on 23rd.  But before discussing this new campus,…...

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Front Entrance Facelift

FRONT ENTRANCE FACELIFT MAY, 2022 UPDATE COMPTON GATEWAY UPDATE Arlington’s Gateway Development, which entails the entire north end of Arlington’s grounds, is a comprehensive project that will take multiple years to complete. The project reshapes and redefines the parks access and usage off of Compton Road. Before the onset of…...

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Permanent Memorization: Why it is so important

Arlington’s CEO, Dan Applegate, was recently interviewed on WMKV by host George Zahn discussing primarily permanent memorialization and why he believes it is so important...

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Veterans Day – A Day of Gratitude

Thursday, November 11th is Veterans Day, that special day set aside to pay tribute and respect to all those men and women who have faithfully served our country in the Armed Forces and to say “Thank You” for the sacrifices they have made. Today’s veterans come from all walks of…...

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All You Need Is Here At Arlington

Ease and simplicity are hallmarks of The Arlington Funeral Home At this time last year, we were just completing the construction of our new Celebration of Life Campus featuring the first two buildings on the campus: The Arlington Funeral Home and the Arlington Care & Cremation Center. Both facilities are…...

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Main Entrance to Receive Major Facelift

Ease of entering and exiting our grounds is just the beginning . . . Once upon a time, the main entrance into the memorial park from Compton Road was more than adequate. However, according to Dan Applegate, Arlington’s president and CEO, “Whenever that was, it is a time that has…...

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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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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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