Houston Cemeteries - Jewish & Christian Cemeteries

Gaitz MemorialsAt Gaitz Memorials, we work with many Houston cemeteries to provide high quality markers and marker restoration services for Jewish, Christian, and non-denominational gravesites. We work with cemeteries to ensure proper delivery once we are finished producing the marker for your loved one. 

We have been designing and producing high quality grave markers, headstones, and monuments since 2004 and have created strong relationships with many Houston-area cemeteries to help provide beautiful, lasting memorials for your loved ones.

Our team designs and produces a wide range of monuments to help you honor your loved ones, including grave markers, headstones, monuments, benches, bronze plaques, and statues. We work hard to ensure this process is less difficult by listening, understanding, and advising you on creating gorgeous, enduring monuments. Our memorialization specialists are here to help with turnkey monument solutions.

Whether you already have a cemetery in mind or you need to find a cemetery for your loved one, our team is here to help.

The cemeteries we work with include the following Jewish cemeteries in Houston:
Adath Emeth Cemetery
Adath Israel Cemetery
Beth Jacob Cemetery
Beth Yeshurun Cemetery at Allen Parkway
Beth Yeshurun Cemetery at Post Oak and Old Katy Road
Emanu El Memorial Park
Our team at Gaitz Memorials also works with the following Houston cemeteries:
Forest Park Cemetery
Forest Park Lawndale
Forest Park The Woodlands
Historic Hollywood Cemetery
Houston Memorial Gardens
Woodlawn Funeral Home and Cemetery

It’s important to note when designing your loved one’s grave marker that different cemeteries may have different design rules for uniformity. It’s important to communicate with the cemetery regarding these design restrictions to ensure the grave marker fits any applicable headstone standards. 

We do not set the headstone at the cemetery or provide drapings for the unveiling. However, we do deliver the marker for you to the cemetery for installation. If you plan on having an unveiling ceremony, please let us know if you have a date planned or in mind so we can make sure the marker is ready and delivered to the cemetery in time. Once all approvals come in, it only takes a few weeks to produce the grave marker or headstone. However, you will need to communicate with your synagogue about your unveiling plans to make sure the headstone is in place for the ceremony.Contact us today to learn more and start designing a one-of-a-kind monument for your deceased loved one. We offer compassionate assistance and high quality products to help you honor your loved ones.