INDOOR TRADITIONAL CASKETED MEMORIALIZATION
A Mausoleum is a structure where indoor crypts ensures lasting tribute with protection from the weathering elements of nature. Mausoleums typically stand out and are easily identifiable given their larger size and distinctive architectural styles. Crypts within mausoleums can be purchased as a single or double crypt. Private family mausoleums are available for those seeking a distinctive, permanent family memorial.
While mausoleums may have traditionally been intended to be used as interment chambers for deceased bodies, it’s important to note that mausoleums also offer glass-front niches, for the internment or display of an urn and other mementos for those that have chosen cremation.
FAIRMOUNT MEMORIAL PARK
Sunset Chapel/Mausoleum is located at Fairmount Memorial Park. Sitting on the rim rock high above the Spokane River, it possesses a breath taking view of Riverside State Park and the Spokane River below. This mausoleum offers both crypts and glass front niches in a peaceful resting place with the tranquil sounds of running water below.
RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL PARK
Beautifully set among the trees, Riverside Mausoleum was built in 1931 and was the final resting place for the elite at that time. Today, still a beautifully maintained catacomb designed with exquisite Roman Travertine marble it is still available to provide a place of memorialization. Within the Mausoleum at Riverside Memorial Park, placement can be made in both crypts and glass front niches. Please take a look at our Riverside Memorial Park page to learn more about Riverside and other options.
Located across the street from Pines Cemetery, the atrium crypts at Pines Mausoleum, offer indoor remembrance with a feeling of openness while glass-front niches allow for dignified and personalized display of urns and cremated remains. Vast skylights fill all wings of the mausoleum and take advantage of nature’s natural lighting. Please take a look at our Pines Cemetery page to learn more about our available options.
Private Mausoleums can be personally designed for above ground entombments honoring one family to several generations. To learn more about these options contact a Family Service Representative at the office of your choice.
Traditional casketed burial and entombment is one of the most traditional and established forms or memorialization. However, as cremation becomes a more popular choice with most Americans, the innovative and unique options for cremation memorialization may interest you. Below are just a few of the most popular cremation memorialization options that you may wish to explore.