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Order Memorial Tiles for the Angel of Hope Children's Memorial Park

Order Memorial Tiles for the Angel of Hope Children's Memorial Park

May 04, 2017 10:41 AM

The Angel of Hope Children's Memorial Park located on the South shore of Silver Lake in Virginia, is a part of a national and international network of memorial parks that provide a place of comfort and hope to parents and family members who grieve the loss of a child, regardless of age or reason.  The initial memorial statue and subsequent memorial parks were inspired by the book "The Christmas Box" by the author Richard Paul Evans.

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To honor our children's memories, memorial tiles will be placed on the memorial wall.  The wall extends behind the Angel statue.  The statue and surrounding area is intended to be a place of peace for all bereaved parents, siblings, grandparents, relatives and friends.

It is time to order a beautiful Angel Memorial - a remembrance for your child.  This beautiful memorial tile will last a life time - custom engraved in memory of your child.   The tile can also be a gift given in memory of a precious child who is no longer with us.  The Children's Memorial Park will notify the family of the loved one you have chosen to memorialize by sending them an acknowledgement card. 

The Friends of the Children's Memorial Park are happy to announce that we are ready to accept orders for memorial tiles for the Wall of Love for our park.  To guarantee installation for this year's dedication, orders need to be received by May 15, 2017.  Orders received after May 15th, will be installed in 2018.

4" x 8" Personalized Tile (1 - 3 lines of inscription) = $200

8" x 8" Personalized Tile (1 - 6 lines of inscription) = $300

Replica Bricks for your own use, are also available with the purchase of a Personalized Tile.

Order forms are available at the following: http://www.childrensmemorialparkmn.org


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