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October 28, 2009 Business and Professional

Quincy Memorials announces the Memorial Display Case

Quincy Memorials, a leading provider of monuments and memorials, announces the addition of the Memorial Display Case to its product line.


Quincy Memorials is one of the few monument providers in the region to offer the Memorial Display Case, a product designed to protect and display items of remembrance year-round. 


Engineered to resist the effects of weather, the Memorial Display Case is installed directly into the monument and comes with a lock and key for easy access to allow people a chance to create an ever-changing and individualized tribute to loved ones.


“We are aware that people want to remember and honor loved ones by placing mementos at the gravesite but were unable to because of weather conditions, fear of theft or due to tightening regulations at cemeteries regarding display items,” said Jeffrey Poirier, Senior Manager at Quincy Memorials.  “The Memorial Display Case allows for a personal, everlasting tribute that secures and protects tribute items all year long.”



About Quincy Memorials


Quincy Memorials is a leading provider of enduring, beautiful monuments, skillfully created to help memorialize a loved one. With locations in Quincy, Kingston and Waltham, Quincy Memorials serves the needs of families in Eastern Massachusetts and beyond. Quincy Memorials has been operated under the ownership of the Poirier family since 1979, when Yves and Donna Poirier purchased the business. Both Yves and Donna grew up in the granite industry in Barre, VT; and Quincy Memorials traces its roots back to 1950. Today, Yves and Donna are joined in the business by sons Jeffrey and Bryan. The main headquarters for Quincy Memorials is located at 18 Willard Street, Quincy. The company provides monuments, mausoleums, markers, colonial tablets, urns, cemetery lettering, bronze (historic) markers, and more. Quincy Memorials provides a variety of services to assist customers, including a pre-need program. For additional information on Quincy Memorials, please visit their website, www.QuincyMemorials.com, or call 617-471-0250.







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