As we expand and modify our options for families in regard to cremation, we are asking any counselors or clergy who might have had experiences with cremation to contact us to share your experiences. Not those who choose cremation but more specifically, those who have tried to use cremation to maneuver around grieving and the impacts it had on the grieving process. We are also looking for people that have been a part of the scattering or holding onto cremains and the personal experiences and emotions involved with those as well. Please message us direct as everyone’s experiences are different, and we grieve in our own ways. ... See MoreSee Less
At WCMP, we believe that cemeteries serve as keepers of the past. While we provide a physical space for honoring and remembering the dead, we also preserve history for future generations by solidifying the link between the living and those who have passed on. Genealogy allows us to understand our heritage and where we came from – where our past became our present.
Our online memorialization program offers a virtual doorway to the past. Every person buried at the park has their own page on our website. We are working to ensure that each person’s page contains not only their burial date and grave location, but also their obituary, pictures of them, and information about their lives, such as military service.
To check your loved one’s page, visit our website: www.wcmp.org/burials/ Please give us a call or stop by the office the next time you visit the park. We can answer any questions you may have and help you record additional information. ... See MoreSee Less