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Like many businesses and suppliers, Union Cemetery is affected by supply chain delays of granite for cemetery markers.
Union apologizes to families who have waited patiently for markers they’ve purchased to be installed. Granite often times comes from overseas quarries that rely on complicated logistics to get the raw product to the U.S.
Labor shortages in all sectors of the economy further extend delivery times of natural stone of all kinds. This affects not only cemeteries but builders and fabricators who rely on natural substances such as granite, marble, slate and sandstone. Due to similar issues (labor, truck driver shortages, raw material shortages to name a few), many domestically sourced memorials are facing similar delays.
Union Cemetery thanks you for your patience and will continue to seek solutions by working closely with suppliers. Meanwhile, if you have questions, don’t hesitate to call Union Cemetery for updates.
Union Cemetery is committed to serving family members in time of need. As the result of the coronavirus pandemic, Union Cemetery has initiated additional procedures designed to protect family members, visitors and employees. We ask your cooperation and look forward to working with you. Please observe the following: