The Italian Cemetery offers a wide range of interment services, including:
We have a sensitive, experienced, and non-commissioned staff ready to help you create the arrangement that is right for you.
There are different components that contribute to the overall cost, such as:
The Italian Cemetery also offers financial payment plans to suit all reasonable circumstances. Any pre-need arrangements may be had on liberal terms without interest or finance charges.
To request specific costs for the type of arrangement you desire, please call 650-755-1511 or visit our Contact Us page.
Both indoor and outdoor crypts offer families the security of knowing their loved ones are in a crypt adorned by marble. Our crypts offer traditional nameplates with photos or inscriptions inscribed on the marble itself. Indoor crypts are inside of two elegant mausoleums that offer the visitors shelter when the weather is not cooperating.
One of the most common and traditional methods of interment is ground burial. A ground burial offers loved ones a place to come back to and remember and pay respects. Ground burials are affordable and also allow the family to design a personalized monument for their loved one.
Niches are quickly becoming the most sought-after cemetery property. The options for niches ranges from indoor glass to outdoor ground inurnment. The niches offer families an affordable location to place loved ones cremated remains. The glass niches allow families to add some personal touches. They can decorate the niche with something that reminds them of their loved ones. Outdoor granite niches are more uniform in appearance but offer the same elegance as their indoor counterparts. The outdoor in ground burial option is for someone looking for a traditional in ground burial of cremated remains. Once again, another great and affordable option.
These elegant structures are the pinnacle of cemetery property. A private family chapel is built for families that wish to have a private final resting place to ensure that multiple generations can be laid to rest together. The chapels can have both full crypts for caskets and niches for cremated remains.
The Italian Cemetery was founded in 1899 by La Società Italiana di Mutua Beneficenza, which is the oldest, continuously-existing, Italian-American organization in the United States, established in 1858.