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Bellman Carillon Tower

The Bellman Carillon Tower was dedicated on Saturday October 30, 2004.  It was dedicated in memory of the late John and Katherine Bellman during a ceremony at the Evergreen Cemetery. The  Tower is a beautiful resting place for loved ones who elect cremation for their interment. The tower contains a total of 90 niches.

Each Niche hold two urns but can be purchased either as a single or as a double Niche. See our Price Information page. Engraving on the niche wall is included in the purchase price with certain space limitations. Evergreen Cemetery is also willing to include, at no charge, the playing of the carillon during gravesite services, from our extensive library of hymns and songs. Prearrangements are required.

The Bellman Carillon Tower in the Winter from a Distance
The Bellman Carillon Tower from a Distance
The Bellman Carillon Tower through the Court of Honor
The Bellman Carillon Tower in the Winter

The Bellman Carillon Tower in the Winter from a Distance

The Bellman Carillon Tower from a Distance

The Bellman Carillon Tower through the Court of Honor

The Bellman Carillon Tower in the Winter

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