Bellevue Memorial Park Burial Plots
Bellevue Memorial Park isn’t just any normal cemetery in Ontario, California. The Bellevue cemetery property was the very first cemetery to ever be built in the town of Ontario. Founded in 1892, Bellevue Memorial Park originally started as just 10 acres of land the townspeople set aside so that Abram Oakley, father of the cemetery’s founders H.C. Oakley and Dr. J.W. Oakley, could have a plot in Ontario. It was the city’s first official funeral and since then, Bellevue Memorial Park has become the burial site for many of the families that helped transform Ontario from a frontier colony into the proud city that it is today.
Much like Ontario, Bellevue Memorial Park has considerably grown and now occupies over 78 acres of gorgeous land. That land is now home to thousands of burial plots and two striking mausoleums. The cemetery’s newest mausoleum, the Sunset Mausoleum, was completed in 2005 and houses approximately 900 crypts and 800 niches.
An integral part of the Ontario community, Bellevue Memorial offers caring funeral and cemetery services for families of all faiths and cultures. Bellevue Memorial also proudly honors the memory of over 800 veterans from the Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam, and the Iraq War.
The cemetery’s fine park and tranquil landscape offers a serene setting for outdoor burial plots. The two mausoleums at Bellevue Memorial also provide a comforting indoor environment for its competitively priced crypts and niches. These are exactly the types of lovely settings that Bayer’s Cemetery Broker can help you find. Whether you want to buy or sell plots surrounded by Bellevue’s old oak trees or inside their well designed mausoleums, Bayer’s Cemetery Broker is there to help you every step of the way. We want to help you buy the plot that people will remember and visit for a lifetime.
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