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Remembering our Loved Ones this holiday season December 7, 2020

The upcoming Holiday season is typically filled with traditions of family, love and sharing special moments – and it’s this time of the year that we really feel the loss of our loved ones.  Factor in a pandemic with guidelines and restrictions on spending time with those close to our heart and we begin to wonder “how can I remember my loved one who has passed away”.  The Arlington Memorial Gardens would like to help with honoring and remembering your loved one this holiday season.

While our annual in-person Christmas Remembrance Service and candle lighting cannot safely be held this year, we understand how important this tradition is to so many of our families each holiday season.  We invite you to take part in our safe, social distancing remembrance of your loved ones this holiday season.

On Sunday, December 20th between 1:00pm  – 4:00pm, please stop by Arlington to pick up your Remembrance Ornament and hang it on our Remembrance Tree, which will be located on the beautiful grounds of our new Funeral Home.  We would also like to present each of you with a poinsettia and a special Remembrance photo when you stop by.  In order to personalize your photo, please fill out the form below by Wednesday, December 16th.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to email Lisa McClain at lisa.m@amgardens.org or by phone at 513-521-7003.

Personalize Your Photo Online Form

The option to personalize a photo is now closed.  


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    Jennie says

    When are artifical flowers removed?

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      Angie Adams says

      The Artificial Flowers will be removed on April 15th

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    Pamela Hiler Welsh says

    Could I possibly get two personable ornaments.one with my mom and dad’s name on it and one for my brother. Thank you

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      Lisa McClain says

      Hello Pam. We sent you an email in regards to your question. Thank you.

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    Vivian A Viars says

    Thank you. Merry Christmas

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