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Glen Haven Memorial Gardens in New Carlisle, Ohio, has been serving the Dayton and Springfield areas since 1936. Our purpose is to continuously provide exemplary cemetery services while going above and beyond the individual needs of every family we serve.
- Veterans cemetery section
Flexible chapel space
Our chapel can be used for hosting your religious events
- Beautiful views
- Cemetery spaces available
- Monument and inscription services
Family Estates are a distinguished tribute to a family legacy. They can be customized with stained glass, benches and landscaping
Grave markers that sit flush to the ground in the material of preference
Private or Community spaces for urns as well as caskets, that can be Indoor or outdoor
Arrangements by phone and email
complete funeral planning without needing a funeral home visit
space available for corporate and organization meetings
- Cremation remembrance jewelry
- Cremation viewing suite
- Cremation cemetery options
- Cremation niches
- Option for mail delivery of ashes
- Multicultural funerals
Creating a resting place
Our cemetery in New Carlisle features multiple gardens for traditional burials, providing a serene place for loved ones to reflect and receive comfort. Glen Haven Memorial Gardens has mature trees, shrubs and flowers located throughout the cemetery grounds, offering a park-like setting.
For those who choose cremation, we offer distinctive columbarium options where families can create a lasting remembrance for a cherished loved one. Our beautifully landscaped and expansive veteran burial section proudly honors those who served in the military.
Graveside and chapel services
In addition to providing cemetery properties and cremation options, families are welcome to host a traditional graveside service or memorial in our on-site chapel. It's our hope to offer each family we serve everything they need to get through this difficult and emotional experience.
Here to help
Glen Haven Memorial Gardens is a locally operated cemetery in New Carlisle, which means we are neighbors and friends to the families we serve. This enables us to provide each family the personal care and respect they deserve. Please come by to tour our cemetery grounds or plan ahead a funeral service. No matter what you need, we're here to help every step of the way.
Founded in the mid 1930s, Glen Haven Memorial Gardens in New Carlisle, Ohio, serves the needs of the Springfield/New Carlisle and Dayton areas by offering cemetery and mausoleum options to residents of all religious faiths, denominations and cultural backgrounds.
Serene cemetery grounds
Throughout the years, we have added several gardens throughout the cemetery, such as the trinity gardens section. These gardens provide solitude and privacy for loved ones to reflect and pay their respects.
Our tower building and chapel help to generate a sense of nostalgic ambience and offer comfort and security in a quaint setting. The sprawling lawns, monuments, markers and floral and shrub arrangements placed throughout Glen Haven Memorial Gardens offer visitors seclusion and serenity.
Glen Haven Memorial Gardens is also the final resting place of comic book artist Paul Maurice, creator of Aquaman, as well as auto racer Jerry Poland.
Dedicated to the community
As local residents, we are proud of our tradition of service and consider it an honor to support the New Carlisle community. We practice the traditions on which we were founded while innovating to meet the needs of our families.
"There were not enough chairs, but my husbands funeral was bigger than we expected."
"Our funeral was/is prearranged. Everything was taken care of to my family satisfaction."
"The staff, who helped me, were professional, courteous, and very kind. I very much appreciate them."
"The staff was very kind, courteous and so sincere during our time of need. Very very nice. And i go to cemetary to visit. Clean well kept and peaceful. So serene."
"Opening/closing too expensive marker too expensive"