Introducing the Mausoleum

Introducing our first free-standing, indoor Mausoleum built as a final resting place and monument for the placement of caskets and cremated remains.

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What is a Mausoleum?

Simply put, a Mausoleum is a free-standing building or structure used for the above-ground entombment of casketed remains into a crypt, or the inurnment (placement) of cremated remains in a columbarium niche.

In one way or another, Mausoleums have been built and used for above-ground entombment for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians are most famous for constructing elaborate types of mausoleums and structures where they 'entombed' their deceased instead of burying them. The Great Pyramids are a prime example of a monument built for the purposes of entombment that have stood the test of time.

The Mausoleum at San Tan Memorial Gardens was built with much of the same purposes as those of old - to be a final place of rest and to stand for generations to come.

What does the Mausoleum offer?

  • Affordable above-ground entombment options
  • Over 80 crypts for entombment of caskets
  • Over 1,200 columbarium niches for the placement of cremated remains
  • Family-size urn niches to accommodate up to 8 urns in once niche
  • Heated and Air Conditioned funeral gathering place
  • Secured Nightly

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If a casket is to be entombed (or placed) in a crypt, then we require the person to be embalmed. An urn is required when cremated remains are placed within the mausoleum. There are restrictions on the type of caskets or urns allowed within the mausoleum as specified in the attachment below.

Mausoleum Casket & Urn Requirements

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