Memorial Markers

Grave Markers

A beautiful memorial that lasts

Picking a memorial for your loved one is a very personal and important decision. The grieving process is incredibly difficult and we hope to make the choice of their memorial as seamless as possible. We can help you every step of the way and handle this for you.

Our personalized services are there so you and your family can create a memorial that encapsulates and pays tribute to your loved one. We have personal relationships with our highly-skilled artisans who’ve been making monuments since 2002. Being involved in every step as your memorial is made, ensures that you walk away with a high quality and timeless piece. We always aim to do all our business with the utmost integrity and passion.

Choose your memorial style


This monument style is more dramatic in its presence, making more of a statement. These are usually made of two-pieces, a base and the monument it’s attached too. With plenty of room for detail and customization, you can personalize the marker to really encapsulate the essence of your loved one.


A slant marker typically stands 16 inches or higher from the ground. With the back of the stone a straight vertical and the front slanted at a 45-degree angle, this monument style displays your loved one’s details in a way that’s easy to see (especially from a distance) and much more visible than if it were flush with the ground.


If you want your loved one to have a monument that’s simple and clean while still feeling substantive the bevel style can be a good option. Typically not very high above the ground this monument can have a slight slant to it with the back being slightly higher than the front.


These grave markers are placed flush with the ground to almost be one with the earth around them. For a peaceful, clean, and unobtrusive monument to your loved one this style can be a good option. Sometimes called grass markers, these flat monuments can be set flush to the ground or raised.


Stone colors and finishes

This is just a sampling of all the colors and finishes that you can find in this granite.

Memorial Markers


How much does a memorial cost?
One of the first questions people have when it comes to a headstone, grave marker, or memorial is how much will it cost? Unfortunately, there’s so many factors like the quality of material that’s used (type and color), size, design, shape, any personalization or custom artwork, the location it will be installed etc. that make us unable to give you an immediate answer. However, we will work with you to create a headstone in your budget.
How long does it take?

On average, a memorial that’s in-stock will take about 6-8 weeks to build. A custom memorial will take longer. If you’re wanting a memorial made in Bronze that takes about 8-12 weeks.

What additional items can be added to a memorial?
We have many options for items that can be added to a monument. From vases, votive lamps, portraits, hero medallions, statues, and more there’s plenty to choose from.
How do I clean a memorial?

Firstly, you’ll want to determine the material of your memorial. Most marble memorials are white with dark veining. Most granite memorials are either gray, red, pink, or black.

For marble: mix bleach with water in a 3:1 ratio and evenly apply to the monument. Let it soak and then rinse thoroughly with water.

For granite: clean with 409 and any scrub bush that’s safe for use on Teflon pans. Rinse with water.

Should your loved one’s memorial need restoring, repaired, or is no longer readable we can help with a restoration.


Lettering and inscriptions

In addition to making a memorial, we can add lettering or designs to an existing memorial without having to take it back to our shop. Adding a final date, marriage date, design, sentimental inscription etc. are all things we can help with.

About Granite

Beauty and strength brought together

Granite is a wonderful material for a memorial marker. It’s a beautiful stone where no two pieces look alike, but with incredible durability so it can stand for years to come. This is especially important given our harsh winter climate.

Your marker will be designed and manufactured to an exceptional standard that endures our Montana weather.