When a loved one passes away, there are hundreds of decisions that family members need to make, including the type of service they’d like to hold and how to best memorialize the lifetime of someone they held so dear.
On top of the many choices that need to be addressed during this short period of time, we understand that choosing a love one’s final resting place can prove to be especially difficult. This decision can feel heavier than the rest, as you are selecting the permanent place where your family will gather to remember your loved one over the years and generations to come.
Throughout our years of service to the Broomfield area, it has been our honor to walk families through all of the decisions that need to be made when it comes to planning funerals and cremations, and we also help families choose their loved one’s final resting place. We work closely with many local cemeteries and will work with you to find the best option for your wishes and budget, considering any religious or cultural needs your family may have.
One of the options we frequently present to our Broomfield neighbors is the beautiful and historic Green Mountain Cemetery in Boulder. This 60-acre memorial park was designed to honor life within a peaceful and serene setting.
Located near Boulder Mountain Park, Green Mountain Cemetery offers a spectacular view of the Flatirons. This location helps to provide tranquility during a time when you need it the most — a place where you can sit in quiet reflection and remember your loved one’s life while simultaneously taking in the scenic landscape just beyond our cemetery.
In addition, many families who lay their loved one to rest at Green Mountain Cemetery also choose to hold memorial gatherings at the cemetery in addition to graveside services. We’ve been told our cemetery offers a unique atmosphere where families can gather and remember their loved one with their relatives and friends. Given the current circumstances, this is an option that some families may find helpful, as it is a safe, socially distant alternative to hosting a service indoors.
Many people believe that their options for a final resting place become limited when they choose cremation. At Green Mountain Cemetery, this couldn’t be further from the truth. We also offer options for the burial or the entombment of cremated remains. In fact, some families who choose cremation opt to hold a graveside service in the months or years following their loved one’s death.
Want to learn more about Green Mountain Cemetery? We believe the best way for you to fully experience this historic treasure is to visit and see it for yourself. We encourage you to tour our memorial park.
Whether you are planning ahead in advance or if you are in immediate need of our services, our professional and experienced staff are ready to guide you every step of the way. Don’t hesitate to contact us online or call us at (303) 460-1414 for more information.