Monthly Archives: November 2010

A Special Tribute to Those Who Protect Us

As a special tribute to those who protect us, CMS offers burial space and interment services at no charge at its six affiliated cemeteries and memorial parks to any law enforcement officer, firefighter or emergency services personnel killed in the … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving to all from the CMS Mid-Atlantic, Inc. family

It is a basic notion that during the 1600’s, accurately in the year 1621, the English settlers and the Wampanoag Indians got together and shared a fantastic fall harvest feast to celebrate the bounty from the rich earth. Today this … Continue reading

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New Jersey Woman Keeps Promise Made to Dying Friend

A recent article in the Star Ledger reveals a woman’s hardship when making final arrangements for her dying friends burial.  Susan Cooper promised to oversee the final wishes of Carl “Billy” Seiben who lived in a nursing home and had … Continue reading

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Honoring RW Joseph H. Hough

An article from The New Jersey Freemason – Fall 2010 http://www.newjerseygrandlodge.org/files/FreemasonFall2010.pdf October 16, 2010 Most Worshipful Joseph H. Rival, Jr., Grand Master of Masons for the State of New Jersey, officiated at a ceremony honoring the life and many accomplishments … Continue reading

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VETERANS DAY

VETERANS DAY, 2010 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION On Veterans Day, we come together to pay tribute to the men and women who have worn the uniform of the United States Armed Forces. Americans … Continue reading

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Restland Memorial Park Chapel

The wooded grounds provide a breathtaking and peaceful place for reflection and prayer. In addition to the natural beauty of its grounds, Restland has a magnificent chapel as its crowning jewel. Built in 1937 as an authentic replica of the … Continue reading

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CMS Mid-Atlantic, Inc. Educational Seminars

After a death, there are 90 decisions that need to be made by the surviving family and friends. Available burial options, flexibility and finances differ depending on whether the memorial instructions are prearranged or determined at the time of need. … Continue reading

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