At Kitching, Steepe & Ludwig Funeral Home it is our aim to assist you in every way possible in your time of need or when you are planning ahead.
Selecting a final resting place for a loved one is an important decision that we can help you with. We have information available for all cemeteries in the area and can provide you with comparisons so that you can make a decision that fits both your wishes and your budget. In addition we can help you with designing and installing a fitting tribute in the way of a memorial monument or marker.
All this can be done right at our location or in your home. Let us help you make it a little easier. Feel free to call for your free consultation appointment: (905) 689-4852 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some Cemeteries in the Local Area
Operated by community member cemetery boards
Bethel Memorial Chapel & Cemetery
Britannia Road between Milborough Line & Cedar Springs Road, Burlington
Highway #6 North of 10th Concession East, Freelton
Centre Road, Carlisle
Mill Street North, Waterdown
Millgrove Side Road & 5th Concession West, Millgrove
Campbellville Road & Centre Road, Campbellville
Brock Road - North of 8th Concession East, Strabane
Greenwood Dr. and Francis Road, Burlington (City of Burlington)
7th Concession and Garden Lane, Flamborough (Hamilton Municipal Cemeteries)
York Road, Hamilton (Opposite Dundurn Castle) (Hamilton Municipal Cemeteries)
7th Concession East, Flamborough (East of Hwy. #6) (Hamilton Municipal Cemeteries)
Operated by the Diocese of Hamilton
Gate of Heaven
Old York Road & Snake Road, Burlington
Plains Road & Spring Gardens Road, Burlington
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Freelton Road, Freelton
Dundas Street, Waterdown (Opposite Dairy Queen)
Operated by Arbor Memorial Services Inc.
Burlington Memorial Gardens
Guelph Line, Burlington (north of Dundas Street)
Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens
Chapel Hill Road, Stoney Creek/Binbrook
White Chapel Memorial Gardens
Main Street, West, Hamilton
As of July 1, 2012 the Funeral, Burial and Cremations Services Act (FSBCA) has come into force, and one of the new regulations allows for interment rights brokerage at fair market value. In short, if you have unused cemetery plots you have the right to either sell them back to the cemetery at fair market value (with some restrictions), or if the cemetery does not wish to buy them back, they cannot prevent you from re-selling them privately and would have to comply by providing new rights certificates upon the sale.
We have created free space on our website for you to advertise any lots available for re-sale, and we would be willing to help broker the sale and secure the documents for a 5% fee (not including any cemetery documents fee).
If you have a pre-paid funeral agreement with us, or enter into one, we would provide this service free of charge.
Feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you would like to know more about the lots listed below and possible savings in purchasing them or you would like to post a free listing.
Cemetery Plots for Re-Sale:
2 grave lot at Strabane Cemetery. Can be sold as individual graves as well. Upright or flat marker.
Columbarium Niche at Tillsonburg Cemetery. Dimensions: 12x12