Grave Gardeners

The following is a segment from CBS Sunday Morning. At The Woodlands, a mid-19th century cemetery that is a 54-acre oasis in Philadelphia, graves were designed to be planters. Today, volunteers cultivate a sense of history by tending to Victorian Era-style flowers at tombs erected “in the French style.” Tony Dokoupil reports.Read more

Columbarium

We have recently installed our first columbarium. It has 24 niches and a communal area that will hold about 85 individuals. We are offering a special introductory price until June 2019. For more information, call us at 314-721-8631.    Read more

Honoring our Veterans – Week 4

In honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11th, we want to honor our veterans who served and are buried here in Zion Cemetery. These are just a few of those who served in the military but the time period or war is not specified on their tombstone.   Carl W. Barg – Tech 5 Med DetRead more

Honoring our Veterans – Week 3

Post to blog October 29th: In honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11th, we want to honor our military who served and are buried here in Zion Cemetery. These are just a few of those who served in World War II. Martin Ewald Aschmon Rev Warren Clarence Baltzer – US Army Tech 4 Frank Blum –Read more

Honoring our Veterans – Week 2

In honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11th, we want to honor our military who served and are buried here in Zion Cemetery. These are just a few of those who served in World War I. Jennings Bryan Allen – US Army George Henry Beckman- US Army Frank Fred Brandhorst- PH PRC CO I MO 354Read more

Honoring our Veterans – Week 1

In honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11th, we want to honor our military who served and are buried here in Zion Cemetery. These are just a few of those who served in the Civil War. Henry “William” Beerman Julius Theodore Brunk – US Army Union, 4th Reg Johann “John” Colonius – Union, 2nd Lt CoRead more