In the News
Scholarship Winner Announced
It is our pleasure to announce that we've awarded our first $1,000 scholarship to a 2020 high school graduate, Lee Edelman. Read his bio and learn about where he will be attending school in the fall of 2020 on our new Awarded Scholarships page.
Customer Gallery Enabled
Based on customer feedback and participation, we are very pleased to announce the addition of Customer Galleries. With a simple opt-in during checkout, images of completed memorials are shared, enabling our current customers to help future customers with their memorial purchase.
How to Make A DIY Cremation Urn Published
We've teamed up with Shara at Woodshop Diaries to create DIY Wooden Cremation urn. As part of our efforts, we collaborated on a design and Shara created an excellent walk through and video for Youtube. Read the article here: How to Make a DIY Cremation Urn
Scholarship Opportunity Unveiled
We are pleased to announce that we are making a $1,000 scholarship available to help current and future students pay for post high school education.
International Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Association Membership
Further deepening our commitment to serving the industry with quality cremation urns, Green Meadow Memorials joined the prestigious International Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Association.
Cremation Association of North America (CANA) Registration Finalized
Registered as a supplier, this registration confirms that Green Meadow Memorials is a committed supplier of quality memorials.
The 10 things you need to consider when buying an urn online is featured on NBC website:
Now you can read one of our most popular web articles on this news site as well: WRCBtv Channel 3
Green Meadow LLC Joins North Metro Chamber of Commerce:
We are pleased that our application was accepted and that we are now a proud member of the North Metro Chamber of Commerce! Many of our staff are located in the north Twin Cities area.
Now Open to all in the Contiguous 48 States, Green Meadow Memorials is Featured on Fox News:
Read about it in this news story: Green Meadow Memorials