The Tribute Companies

Tribute Captured by the Convention Camera

It is always exciting to see Tribute in action.  In the Fall 2020 issue of the Elberton Graniteer – the official publication of the Elberton Granite Association, Inc. – Yvonne Slonaker, Director of Business Development, visits with George Arnold of Glass Art Imaging, LLC.

Conventions in a Time of COVID-19

While most associations have canceled flagship meetings as a result of COVID-19, The Southern Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Association did the seemingly impossible recently, holding an annual convention that drew about 150 people to the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, August 30 to September 1.

Renovate, Remodel and Refresh with Tribute

Buildings and grounds within cemeteries are always in need of maintenance and repairs.  Read more about how The Tribute Companies can assist cemeteries to Renovate, Remodel and Refresh in the September 2020 issue of Southern Funeral Director Magazine.

Cemetery Layout and Design: What You Need to Consider Before Beginning the Cemetery Master Planning Process

Cemetery Consultants Explain What You Can Do To Maximize Cost Savings and Cemetery Success Through Proper Cemetery Master Planning Our cemetery consultants know expert cemetery layout and design is not only essential for long-term cost savings, but also for the cemetery’s long-term success. Cemetery master planning not only helps reduce unnecessary expenses relating to future cemetery expansions and repairs,

Benefits of Precast Mausoleum Construction

Cemetery Supply Company Explains Why Precast Mausoleum Construction is the Preferred Choice There are many benefits to precast mausoleum construction, most importantly construction efficiency, structural integrity and strength, and overall cost-effectiveness. Below, our cemetery supply company explains the value behind choosing precast mausoleum construction over poured-in systems. Weather: Since precast mausoleums are constructed in a constant temperature

Cemetery Architecture and Planning for Profit and Identity

When your cemetery undertakes a project, whether it’s building a mausoleum or developing a new section, you want to ensure that it will make a profit and benefit the cemetery’s images in the community. Creative design and planning can do just that. Planning cemetery developments is far from a one-size-fits-all proposition. In addition to the

Historic Significance Drives Tribute Design Project

In early 2007, Dave FitzSimmons, president and CEO of Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum in Dayton, OH issued a design challenge unlike most. Dave wanted a columbarium developed on the highest, steepest and most prominent site in his cemetery. At the same time the project was to reflect the historic nature of Woodland, which is on the National Historic Registry.

Master Planning Round Table: 3 Top Companies Share Their Insights

Any cemetery project starts with a master plan, so cemeterians need to keep up with the latest trends in cemetery design. One of the most popular design elements that have popped up in cemetery expansions in recent years are cremation gardens, which are picturesque settings that incorporate attractive columbariums and/or scattering gardens for cremated remains.