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Covington Memorial Cemetery
An Indiana cemetery dedicated to the residents of Fort Wayne and surrounding areas, Covington Memorial Gardens spans 62 acres in Allen County. The grounds were purchased in 1951 by Fred Meyer, a local businessman who had a heart to service the families of this growing area. In 1988 Covington Memory Gardens became one of the first operations to offer both funeral services and burial grounds together. After the State of Indiana altered a law in the mid-80’s, the Meyer family expanded the services at Covington Memorial Cemetery to include this important aspect.
There are nine peaceful gardens spread across the immaculately kept grounds, providing many different areas in which to rest and reflect. In St. Paul’s Mausoleum and Chapel, countless families have held inspiring and memorable services expressing their love. The main entrance and expansive grounds are dignified and quiet, with well cared for landscaping and beautiful monuments placed around it.
Covington Memorial Cemetery offers traditional in-ground burial, mausoleums, lawn crypts, niches, and crematory benches.
Learn how you and your family can save money and avoid additional grief by pre-planning your burial in Covington Memorial Cemetery.