This unique columbarium forgoes specific niches which allows for more flexibility and room inside. The best part – it doubles as a bench!
Perfect for a single grave plot, this two niche columbarium is made of Newbury Grey granite with two Black Ultimate doors. It has a covered space well suited for a vase or small statue.
This classic two-niche columbarium features a thicker cap and black doors.
Constructed from Newbury Grey and Black Ultimate granite, this four-niche columbarium features a space in the middle for a vase, a small statue or a special item of personal significance.
Different! This single-niche, broken pillar cremation monument truly stands apart from everything else. It is crafted from solid Black Ultimate granite. The base features a polished top and polished bevel front with the balance rock-pitched.
This 5-piece cap and pillar monument has locations for four capsules of remains. It makes an elegant statement at an economical price.
A bird bath! Limited only by imagination, this monument fits perfectly in a corporate environment, a residence or a traditional cemetery. The options with this Black Ultimate monument are endless.
Bird Bath lid on square pedestal
Our Lady of Guadalupe lid on square pedestal
Mary lid on square pedestal
Sacred Heart lid on square pedestal
Kneeling Angel lid on square pedestal
Book lid on square pedestal
Cretabular Bevel with niche core
Address: 1875 E. Napier Ave. Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Phone: (269) 925-7003
Hours: M-F 9am-5pm
Bill and Genie Cooper have owned and operated the St. Joe Monument Works since 1978. Bill’s training in sculpture and Genie’s interest in design, along with an experienced staff, ensure satisfaction from concept through completion. The emphasis is on personalized memorials, with custom designs, rather than the typical monument. We utilize a wide variety of techniques, ranging from hand chiseling to computer-aided design. We also offer standard products and services such as bronze cemetery or commemorative plaques, vases, urns, statues and final date lettering.