Welcome to Coldspring – An AFCCA Silver Supplier Sponsor
A Message from Coldspring
Since 1898, Coldspring has served the memorial, architectural, residential and industrial markets with all types of natural stone, bronze, and industrial and diamond-tooling products. With headquarters, a primary manufacturing facility and bronze foundry in Cold Spring, Minn., the company has 800 employees at operations across the country, including 30 quarries and multiple fabrication facilities. Serving the death care industry with elegant, lasting memorials is just one way Coldspring helps you take care of the families you serve. We offer a wide variety of products and solutions including: Bronze and granite memorials, columbariums, community and private mausoleums, cremation memorials, and more. With Coldspring you’ll find the broadest selection of top-quality solutions available — something for every need, budget and space requirement — backed by unmatched expertise and service to help you confidently expand your capabilities and enhance bottom-line performance. Learn more at coldspringusa.com/memorial.
We also want to say thank you to first and final responders for being on the frontline, serving your families and their loved ones during this trying time.
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Permanent Memorials Remain Important as Cremation Rate Rises
It’s no secret cremation is increasing in popularity in the United States. More than ever, people are choosing cremation for its convenience, affordability and flexibility. Despite this changing preference, lasting memorials remain an important part of a family’s heritage. What’s more, a permanent memorial assists families with the mourning process, as it offers a specific place to visit and remember the loved one’s life.
In response to the rising cremation rate, cemeteries and memorial gardens across the country are expanding their offerings for permanent memorials. Columbaria, niches and cremation gardens are just a few of the many additions a cemetery can make. But as each new project is considered, cemeteries should remember to keep a master plan in mind. Long-term planning for the future can help make the most of available space.