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Excellent review by Tina Marie, via Facebook

Thank for your compassion during a very difficult time and your great work. My uncle’s stone turned out beautiful.
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The staff at St. Charles Monuments would like to wish everyone a happy Labor Day. We hope that you enjoy spending this time with family and friends.
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St. Charles Monuments would like to wish all of our customers and their families a Happy Fourth of July.
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Thank you to all of the servicemen and women who gave their lives for our country. #MemorialDay
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In Protestant funeral services, it's common for a family members to give a eulogy about the life of the deceased. Participation from friends and family members in attendance is also common. https://goo.gl/FtTG34
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St. Charles Monuments would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year.
#NYE #NewYearsEve #HappyNewYear #memorials #monuments
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Happy Holidays to everyone from the team at St. Charles Monuments.
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At St. Charles Monuments, we're thankful for the opportunity to help families across Long Island. We'd like to wish everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. #Thanksgiving #HappyThanksgiving #Monuments #Memorials
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Selecting a monument for your loved one involves a lot of different factors. St. Charles Monuments makes that decision easy by including all of the necessary components in the Christian monument packages. Each of these headstones comes with a matching base, a finish, and a fully sandblasted design: https://goo.gl/9fYBP3
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As time goes on, your loved one's monument can become quite dirty. Grass that grows alongside the monument can dirty it, making the print illegible. Accumulated grass clippings can have the same effect. Even worse, lichen will grow on the monument, making this situation increasingly worse. With the right care, grass and lichen can both be removed to restore the monument to its former glory: https://goo.gl/eiF7CJ
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