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We Welcome Veterans, Handicapped, Seniors, and those whom live out of town.
We are your "Perpetual Care" Expert
For when you cant be there.
"Someone Cares" treats your dearly departed with
dignity and respect.
Our service includes careful gravestone cleaning, trim & tidy. Photo confirmation. Many people do not realize that most cemeteries do not provide these services.
ALL prices include delivery!!
The tradition of giving of flowers is an expression of love, care, concern, stress relief.
Serving Rockford Illinois, Winnebago & Boone Counties
Specializing in Patriotism:
Dedications; Any Veterans affair!
We are now a member of the Roscoe IL. Chamber of Commerce!
Ribbon cutting is on May 21st. at 12:00.
Need Sympathy florals? Or non allergenic to local hospital? We do that too!
"Our organization, the Sons
of Union Veterans of the Civil War were about to have an annual banquet
and contacted Someone Cares Memorials to see if they could make period
centerpieces for the tables. They really came
through for us, their attention to detail caught everyone’s eye and each
centerpiece was different! They were delivered on time and were the
crowning touch of our banquet. We highly recommend Someone Cares
Memorials and will rely on their expertise for future events."
"Celebrate the unique Spirit in Life of your Loved Ones Legacy & Heritage"
With just a littel bit of information about my father, your military vase "hit the nail on the head" We have it proudly displayed with the memorabilia of Dads service. Randall Deacon. Paw Paw IL.
"Comast Connects" T.V. is one of the most delightful and inspiring clients to work with, as their studio set decorator. Be sure to watch their shows to be informed of the latest information involving the Rockford area.
The Sons of the Union Veterans will be hosting an ice cream social immediately after the Memorial Day parade, ending at the Veterans Memorial Hall downtown Rockford IL. Dressed in Civil War uniforms,and sharing it's history.Come to see President Roosevelt riding in a black horse drawn carriage.