Todd Vanover owns and operates Vanover Monuments and oversees all sales and installation - from the first meeting to setting the monument in the cemetery. Vanover’s service area includes all of Western Kentucky.
We offer a complete selection of granite, marble, and bronze as well as petmonuments, civic and veteran memorials, a wide range of bases, benches, cremation benches and other products related to cremation. We have over 50 monuments on display and offer many different granite colors and monument shapes.
Our staff is flexible and can meet with you in our office or even in your home. We have technology that allows the design and presentation right in front of you.
We listen to you, and assist you in creating a personal monument for your loved one. We carry our service all the way through the installation process. We are familiar with all local cemeteries and their regulations. We will not design a monument that will not be allowed in your cemetery.
We also offer the following:
- Cleaning & Restoration Work
- Final Dates Applied On Site
- Bronze Markers
- Pet Markers
- Cremation Products
- Garden Benches, etc.
We strive for complete customer satisfaction with every family we serve. As a family owned business we communicate with families.
While our symbolism page is not a complete list of all symbols used in memorial art, it serves as a comprehensive guide to some of the more popular symbols found in cemeteries.read more
There are many techniques for carving stone or etching images into a stone surface. Here are four of the most popular processes.read more
There are many techniques for finishing the surface of a granite memorial. This is often determined by the type and color of granite as well as the memorial design.read more
We offer many styles of lettering. In addition to a variety of fonts, we also offer a variety of techniques for carving lettering into stone. This involves different outline treatments as well as different processes for finishing the stone or panel area around lettering. Here are some samples that may help you with your selection.read more
Much of our granite is quarried in Elberton, Georgia. Please click here to read about the fascinating process that takes stone from the quarry all the way to the cemetery.