About funeral planning
Planning ahead is smart, responsible and caring. When all the details for your funeral or memorial are in place, you can have peace of mind in knowing that your family has been taken care of. At Rose Hills, we take a very personalized approach to funeral plans, celebrating each and every life and consider it an honor to see that your wishes are fulfilled.
Making funeral plans in advance is important
Just as estate planning and creating a will are responsible actions, making final arrangements ahead of time makes emotional and financial sense. Making funeral plans ahead of time not only helps to relieve your loved ones of the stress of making difficult decisions at an emotional time, but it also ensures that your family won't have to second-guess what you would have wanted.
Making your final arrangements in advance allows you to carefully consider every detail of a funeral or memorial service—from choosing between traditional burial planning and cremation, designing a religious ceremony or a celebration of life, and selecting cemetery property. In turn, this keeps your family from overspending.
At Rose Hills, we’re here to guide you every step of the way. Our priority is to capture your vision while explaining all of our products, services and memorialization options in great detail. Our team of experienced funeral associates will help you determine the selections that best suit your wishes and lock in today’s prices.
Consider these cemetery property options
Whether you choose burial or cremation, selecting a place of permanent remembrance is an important part of making final arrangements. As the largest cemetery in North America, Rose Hills Memorial Park offers cemetery properties to suit a range of personal needs and preferences. From properties with good feng shui to waterfront locations and hillside options with sweeping, panoramic views, there are many beautiful ways to leave a lasting legacy.
Burial properties at Rose Hills include standard lawn burial spaces; lawn spaces with upright gravestones along a monument wall; semiprivate estates with partitioned landscaping; private estates encased by decorative walls; aboveground interment in indoor or outdoor mausoleums; private family mausoleums; and other custom-constructed properties.
All of these properties are also available for those who choose cremation. In addition, Rose Hills offers ground burial in an urn lawn or specially designed cremation garden as well as aboveground inurnment in a garden niche wall.
We serve a diverse community
At Rose Hills, we pride ourselves in serving families of all cultures, beliefs and backgrounds with compassionate care and personalized service. Our experienced team of funeral and cemetery professionals is both knowledgeable and respectful of the burial traditions and religious customs reflected throughout our breathtaking cemetery property.
We invite you to tour Rose Hills Memorial Park and see the range of available options firsthand.
Start planning today
Truly memorable memorials are the ones we plan ourselves. When you make your funeral, cremation or cemetery arrangements in advance, you can plan a service that truly reflects your personality, passions and cherished family traditions. Rely on Rose Hills to help you create a meaningful memorial with compassion and care, and to keep your plan safe and help your loved ones honor your wishes when the time comes.
Contact us to speak with a pre-planning advisor today.
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A deep reverence for elders is a cornerstone of Asian culture and an important part of Chinese funerals. Our funeral planners—many of whom speak Chinese—specialize in Chinese funeral and burial traditions.
Visitation typically starts in the afternoon and lasts into the evening; some last until dawn. Rose Hills can accommodate an overnight wake for families who prefer it.
Honoring tradition, customs and heritage is fundamental to Vietnamese ceremonies. Our funeral planners work closely with families to design ceremonies that truly reflect the unique lives of the people being honored.
Koreans may follow Christian, Buddhist, shamanism or other religious practices. But regardless of their religion, Korean families honor their loved ones with up to three full days of visitation.