Headstone Epitaphs

Epitaphs are short and concise reminders of what our loved ones mean to us. They allow us to forever memorialize the signifigance of our loved ones. Many people choose common sayings while others prefer to individualize their statement with funny & inspirational last words, poetic versus, songs, sections of famous speeches or movie dialogue. Epitaphs are forever, but there are no rules to follow...


Traditional Epitaphs


Common To Everyone
Always In Our Hearts
Always In Our Memories
Always Loved And Remembered
Deeply Loved And Never Forgotten
Fondly Loved and Deeply Mourned
Forever At Peace
Forever In Our Hearts/Always In...
Gone But Not Forgotten
In God's Care
In Loving Memory
In Our Hearts Forever
Lord Have Mercy On Us/May God Have...
Love Has No End
No Greater Love
Remembered With Love
Rest In Peace
Safely Home
Until We Meet Again


Parents
Beloved Mother/Father/Wife/Husband
Loving Mother/Father
Sweethearts Forever
Together Forever


Sister, Brother
Beloved Sister/Brother


Child
Cherished Child
So Small, So Sweet, So Soon
Our Baby Is In Heaven


Other
A Friend To Many And Sadly Missed
Heaven Will Be A Better Place With You In It,
But Earth Will Never Be The Same Without You
In Our Hearts We Keep Sweet Memories
Laughed Often, Loved Much
'Till Memory Fades And Life Departs, You Will Live Forever In Our Hearts


Proverbs
And I Give To Them Eternal Rest
The Lord Is My Shepherd PS 23


FAMOUS PEOPLE
Dean Martin; "Everybody loves somebody sometime"
Frank Sinatra; "The best is yet to come"
Jackie Gleason; "And away we go"
Lawyer Sir John Strange;
"Here lies an honest lawyer, and that is Strange"
Poet Robert Frost; "I had a lovers quarrel with the world"
Poet HJ Daniels; (for his wife)
"To follow you I am not content. How do I know which way you went?"
Richard Hind;
"Here lies the body of Richard Hind, who was neither ingenious, sober or kind"
Rodney Dangerfield; "There goes the neighborhood"


Additionally, Bertolini Memorials would be happy to inscribe any other phrase, words, poems that you prefer as long as they meet the cemetery requirements.