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Family Memorials
857 Barnum Avenue Cutoff, Stratford, CT 06614
Family Memorials, located on the Barnum Avenue Cutoff, has specialized in monuments and grave markers sinceMore 1978. The process of selecting a suitable and distinctive memorial to honor the memory of a loved one can be an arduous task to some, but Family Memorials will put you at ease and help you with making these decisions. There is no website for this business, so give them a call or stop by for a free consultation and view a sample of their beautiful work.
Barre Granite Memorials
348 Surf Ave, Stratford, CT 06615

Barre Granite Memorials is a third-generation family business that makes some of the finest memorials in theMore area.

Founded by a stone carver from the mountains of central Italy, Barre Granite Memorials designs and carves almost anything you can imagine, from traditional markers to hand-carved masterpieces and custom laser-etched art and photographs.

Donna Wilcoxson and her brother own and manage this wonderful business, and they know how to take care of their customers at a most difficult time, designing and producing fine memorials.

"If you can imagine it, you can have it done in granite. Carved in stone is forever." –Donna Wilcoxson, owner 

Carl's Monuments & Sandblasting
2360 Stratford Ave, Stratford, CT 06615
Carl's Monuments & Sandblasting is a contracting company. The company specializes in monument construction, cemeteryMore lettering, custom sandblasting and memorial restoration. The company is owned and operated by Carl Selvaggi.
Boothe Memorial Park & Museum
5800 Main St, Stratford, CT 06614
Boothe Memorial Park & Museum is located in the north end of Stratford by the Housatonic River and is a historicMore place. The park, which is free of charge, is open year round and is the home to various volunteer clubs and organizations, including the Great Pumpkin Festival, outdoor concerts and summer plays. The grounds also include picnic areas, an amphitheater, patio area, indoor dining hall, a wedding and rose garden, the Summer Cottage Genealogy Library, Carriage House, Americana Museum, Miniature Lighthouse and Clocktower Museum.
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