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Columbarium Niche Wall

In 2009, a beautiful Columbarium Niche Wall was constructed in the cemetery. Landscaping adjacent to the wall was completed in 2010. The Columbarium Niche Wall is located east of the Carillon Bell Tower and Court of Honor. The purpose of the wall is to provide additional options for the interment of cremains at Evergreen Cemetery. The front of the curved Columbarium Wall consists of polished granite with Indiana Limestone trim. The Columbarium structure is approximately 50 feet long and 4 ½ feet high. It consists of four rows (A, B, C and D) with each row containing 48 niches. The entire Columbarium Wall has 192 niches. Each niche is approximately 12″ x 12″ x 12″ inches. Each companion niche can contain up to two urns for two separate cremains. Please see Price Information page for details regarding the purchase of a niche in the Columbarium Wall.

Front View of the Columbarium Niche Wall
The Columbarium Niche Wall
The Columbarium Niche Wall in Winter

Front View of the Columbarium Niche Wall

The Columbarium Niche Wall

The Columbarium Niche Wall in Winter

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