Creating Quality
Headstones Since 1920

Creating quality headstones for graves is not just what we do it is who we are, and it has been since our family started this business in 1920.

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Create Your Loved One’s Customized Headstone

At Legacy Headstones it is our goal to provide you with the tools you need in order to create the perfect headstones for graves that honor your loved one. Legacy Headstones has been a family run business for almost 100 years so we understand the importance of a legacy. Creation and design of headstones may have changed over the years but one thing has not, our family tradition. We are proud to have our two sons Shane and Dustyn to carry on the craft of providing people with quality headstones at affordable prices.

We understand that it is always hard to lose a loved one, and we hope that Legacy Headstones can make choosing the right memorial as easy as possible. Our free memorial designer is easy to use and helps to ensure they you are able to create the perfect headstone for the departed. It really is simple, just choose the style of headstone you wish to customize, then use the designer to add anything you wish such as a family name, favorite quote, or even an image. Our designer gives you the opportunity to continue your loved one’s legacy and pass it on to future generations!

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There are last words, and then there’s having your parting message for the world etched in stone.

Epitaphs can be touching, grandiose or funny, but try to get yours right; you’ve only got one shot. Here are five memorable epitaphs from the tombstones of a comedian, a writer, an outlaw, a politician and someone we can only hope was a baker. 

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Be prepared to have your memorials in place by Memorial Day

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Where did the phrase come from?

When we think of “set in stone” or “written in stone,” we know it means to explain something permanent, solid, and immutable. However, we don’t often think about the origin of the phrase. According to JewishJournal.com, the phrase comes from the book of Exodus where Moses received two engraved stone tablets from God. Moses smashed the tablets only to be presented by God a second set of stone tablets with the same engravings.

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