Strausstown, PA

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Visit Our Showroom in Strausstown, PA.

When a loved one passes, we know how important it is to honor their memory.

A personalized grave marker or monument is a fitting way to celebrate their life for years to come.

Our caring, compassionate staff in Strausstown can guide you through the selection, design, and installation of a monument that best honors your loved one. Here, you can view the processes for our custom monumentsmausoleumscolumbariums, and more.

There are a variety of monuments, gravestones, headstones, and plaques on display for you to view.

Our Strausstown showroom is located on Main St. (Old U.S. 22), about 1/4 mile southwest of the 183 intersection. Contact us to get started today.

Our Work in Strausstown

Weaver Memorials has provided the highest quality granite monuments and headstones throughout Central PA since 1839. We are proud to serve the Strausstown community and surrounding areas, which include Hamburg, Pottsville, Bernville, Fredericksburg, and more.

"The folks at Weaver Memorial were very supportive in helping me go through the selection process, while grieving. They were also open and willing to do something different when asked."

Copia Webster

“Weaver Memorials was very patient as we worked through the process of selecting a headstone. Not something that any parent wants to do… our representative, Dana, was kind and caring as we went through the steps, making sure we knew all our options. I highly recommend them.”

Denise Trupe

Work With Us

Are you passionate about helping others and looking for a new career opportunity? Learn more about what we do and how to join our growing team of memorial counselors and craftsman!

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Our History

Since 1839, Weaver Memorials has provided the highest quality granite monuments and headstones throughout Central PA . For four generations, our family continues to help families tell their story in stone with a lasting custom memorial.

Learn about our history