"From the depths of our guilt, we cry out in hope to the Lord, the promised Sun of Justice. In His rising from the tomb dawns the day of our salvation". -from Psalm 130
Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you find the information you are seeking. If you are interested in purchasing a grave, crypt or niche, please contact us at (973) 942-3368. Our staff is available to assist you in making pre-arrangements and can answer any questions you may have.
Memorial Day Mass
This year, due to the weather, mass took place in the mausoleum. Monsignor Mark Giordani of Saint John's Cathedral celebrated mass with over 200 people in attendance. It is always a wonderful blessing to see our families come together to celebrate memorial day mass, rain or shine.
We also introduced our remembrance board as a special way to remember all who have gone to be with the Lord but remain in our hearts and our prayers. All in attendance were invited to add the name(s) of their loved one(s) in heaven to the board.
The cemetery staff will begin removing and disposing of palm crosses commencing the week of April 25th. It appears the threat of frost is past us as we are enjoying spring weather. Water spigots have been turned on throughout the cemetery. Because of the cemetery's proximity to the Passaic River, the Canadian geese are drawn to the immediate area. They are known to enjoy the water and the cemetery grounds. In an effort to keep the Canadian geese away, kindly report to the office any broken water spigots and please refrain from feeding them.
Notice to Lot Owners and Concerned Families
Due to the severe weather conditions we encountered this past winter, it is anticipated that our grounds will require additional care to repair many graves damaged by the snow and rain.
As we strive to maintain the beauty and safety of our cemetery, we are asking for your cooperation and patience at this time. Kindly report any sinkholes or hazardous conditions you observe to the office.
Deer On Property
Resident deer living on the property have been seen feeding on freshly planted flowers througout the cemetery. If you find that the flowers you have recently planted at your loved one's gravesite have been disturbed it may be the deer and not a thief or vandal.
On Memorial Day we remember all the people who have died while serving in our country's armed forces. Flags may be placed at the gravesites of veterans throughout the cemetery. A friendly reminder, flags are permitted from Memorial Day until Independence Day. We thank you in advance for honoring the veterans and observing cemetery rules.