Memory Tree: A Living Tribute
Plant a Tree in Memory
Our land is still very much in its natural state, and cleared only enough to enhance the breathtaking views. While there are no words to truly describe it, these are a few of our favorite observations….
Early morning clouds often settle at eye level across the river, nestled in the ridges of neighboring mountains. The nearby waterfall provides the soothing sound of rest and tranquility. The breeze on your face is as constant as the abundant wildlife just living all around this bluff. Later, a spectacular sunset over the majestic Blue Ridge mountains will take center stage. After the sun goes down, the stars will take over. Away from the glow of city lights, the crystal clear views of the heavens are rivaled only by those of the mountains. Here, life is undisturbed and unfiltered. Just another day in awe of the Creator’s handiwork!
Memory Tree In Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia
In honor of your loved one, we will plant a memory tree to serve as a living tribute that will stand for hundreds of years! Your memorial tree gift, sometimes called a ‘sympathy tree’, will be an evergreen or deciduous tree planted on our secluded property nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Whether it be a family member, friend, or pet – we will respectfully scatter the ashes during the planting process and place an engraved memorial stone next to your memory tree.
Planting a tree in memory of someone can be a special way to honor them. Your memorial tree gift will serve as a remembrance of their life.
He will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water,
Which yields its fruit in its season and its leaf does not wither…
Military & First Responder Discount
On behalf of a grateful family, Rest Ashured is pleased to provide a 50% discount for those whose loved one has served our great country. This includes prior military and first responders.
In order to receive the Condolence Code necessary for the discount, we request the appropriate documentation verifying their service. This could be a copy of their discharge form, ID card, certificate, etc. If these are not available, please give us a call to discuss other forms of verification.
The feeling on my shoulders has been lifted as I am smiling seeing my mother smiling down on us and saying well done. I love it. Thank you.
Her dogwood tree is beautiful and the setting is just lovely.
Offering to plant a tree in his honor made my heart so happy. It’s like a part of him lives on. Thank you so much for your patience and concern during my most difficult time.