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Saint Sava Cemetery
32377 N. Milwaukee Ave. Libertyville, IL 60048
1801 Hillside Boulevard
Colma, CA 94014
Phone Number: (650) 755-2453
SERBIAN ORTHODOX CEMETERY
2700 Block of 61st Street – Galveston, TX
Serbian Cemetary-New Gracanica , Illinois
In an effort to maintain Serbian tradition, as well as provide parishioners with a complete religious complex, the monastery has set aside 13 acres of parkland for a cemetery, located behind the Administration/Seminary building. Traditionally the Serbs have buried their loved ones near the church where they remain in close proximity with the church and its activities. The cemetery as of 2007 has over 3000 graves with people buried from all over the nation, though mainly from the midwest. Late of blessed memory Metropolitan Iriney is buried outside of the south door. Prince Andrey, younger brother of King Peter II and Kum of New Gracanica Monastery Church, is buried in the first row of the cemetery.
Facts you may want to know:
*The foundations of the headstones are already in place to maintain symmetry and alleviate future settling problems.
* The headstones are not limited as far as style, but cannot exceed 4 feet in height.
*Flowers are allowed and placed at the base of the gravesite.
*Arrangements for memorial meals can be made with the dining facility. Contact the Diocesan office at 847-223-4300.
St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cemetery
1450 Hamilton Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15234
Montrose Cemetery-United Serbian Society
Montrose Cemetery and Crematorium, dating from about the turn of the century, features several impressive black granite monuments of recent vintage as well as a few older memorials of interest. Its dominant feature is the neoclassical chapel and crematorium building.
Montrose also has several sections dedicated to particular ethnic groups, including Serbians and Japanese.
The cemetery is located on Pulaski north of Foster. To the south is St. Lucas Cemetery, and across the street is Bohemian National Cemetery.