Cemetery

 
 Original Calvary Cemetery(located west of Church)             
 Northview Cemetery (located north of Church)
 
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                                         NORTHVIEW CEMETERY POLICY

 

GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR THE GOVERNING OF CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH CEMETERIES.

 

1.       No further sale of gravesites is permitted in the original Calvary Cemetery.

 

2.       Prices - Northview cemetery

 

Prices are as follows:

                            Members:              $300.00 and $600.00 (for designated

                             above ground monument sites located

                             in Blocks 1, 2)

 

Non-members:    Please contact the church office for pricing.

 

A $75.00 surcharge is assessed for any type of burial for locating

and perpetual care.

 

3.       28 Memorial Evergreen Trees have been planted around Northview Cemetery. Persons are invited to purchase these trees as living memorials for a minimum memorial donation of $100.00. The memorial

        will be recognized on a plaque, which will be installed at a later date.

 

4.       The Cemetery Board is responsible for lawn mowing and the filling, leveling and seeding of new graves only. Additional gravesite maintenance, i.e., the watering of planters, sodding, etc., is the responsibility

        of the family.

 

5.       There will be no individual planting of flowers, shrubs, trees, etc., allowed in Northview Cemetery. However, one (1) urn sitting in a 24" high stand will be permitted to be placed near the front top center of

         each marker.

 

6.       Only one (1) marker will be allowed per gravesite and all markers except those in the designated headstone sites will be installed level with the ground in a 3" cement wash. U.S. issued veteran bronze footstones

        are allowed in addition to the regular marker or headstone.

 

7.        Prior to each mowing, any cut flowers, wreaths, plastic crosses, etc., not in an urn on a 24 " high stand, will be removed and discarded by the grounds keeper, with the exception of U.S. issued veteran bronze stars.

        All artificial flowers must be removed in the Fall by November 1st or they will be disposed of. Peonies will be mowed down after blooming.

 

8.       A maximum of two (2) burials per gravesite will be allowed, but only if at least one (1) of the burials is a cremation urn.

 
 
 
FUNERAL POLICY

     

    1.    Suggested gifts to the organist and soloist are $75.00 each.

    2.    Suggested gift to the Pastor is $100 - $150.00.

    3.    Use of bulletins for funerals for both members and non-members will be $35 for 100 and $15 for each 100 bulletins thereafter.

    4.    WELCA funeral serving policy:

     

    * WELCA work group will furnish:

    Sandwiches, cake, pickles, chips and beverages.

    Donation suggested to WELCA for the cost of the meal by the family.

    If family wants more it will need to be catered. An unpaid monitor will be 

    provided by WELCA.

     

      • If number of guests for noon dinner is over 125, two work groups may be asked to serve. Please meet with vice-president of WELCA to make arrangements.
     
    Please refer to the following link for all policies and fees:
     
     
     
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