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Fairmount Memorial Association's Properties

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Fairmount Memorial Association is a locally owned cemetery association that has five different cemeteries.  

Our intention is to always be in control of our future and become more and more self-sufficient to allow a permanent resting place for yourself or loved one  that will be maintained and kept beautiful for generations to come.

Fairmount Memorial Association owns 650 acres of land with slightly less than 300 developed allowing for continued growth.  Learn more about each of the cemeteries here.

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  • Greenwood Memorial Terrace

    Greenwood Memorial Terrace

    Wednesday, January 16 2008 3:10 PM EST2008-01-16 20:10:44 GMT
    Greenwood Memorial Terrace was originally formed as Greenwood Cemetery Association on May 23, 1888. >>
  • Fairmount Memorial Park

    Fairmount Memorial Park

    Wednesday, January 16 2008 3:12 PM EST2008-01-16 20:12:16 GMT
    Fairmount Memorial Park was formed as Fairmount Cemetery on May 29, 1888 (just 6 days after Greenwood - actually, both incorporation documents were filed on June 1).>>
  • Riverside Memorial Park

    Riverside Memorial Park

    Wednesday, January 16 2008 3:06 PM EST2008-01-16 20:06:05 GMT
    Riverside Memorial Park also had a prestigious beginning in 1907, not as a cemetery, but as Riverside Park Company.  This was to be a speculative land development of John A. Finch, W.H. Cowles and their partners.  >>
  • Spokane Memorial Gardens

    Spokane Memorial Gardens

    Wednesday, January 16 2008 3:07 PM EST2008-01-16 20:07:46 GMT
    Spokane Memorial Gardens is a relatively new arrival on the cemetery scene, being formed in January 1953. The land originally belonged to the Northern Pacific Railroad. Fred and Hilda Collins founded>>
  • Woodlawn Cemetery

    Woodlawn Cemetery

    Wednesday, January 16 2008 3:08 PM EST2008-01-16 20:08:44 GMT
    Woodlawn Cemetery was formed in 1888 by the Methodist Church and was known as Englewood Cemetery. The name was eventually changed to Englewood-Woodlawn. This two-acre property was abandoned by the>>