When the time comes to commemorate your loved one with an everlasting tribute, choose Maggard Memorials and Laser Art Technology. We have over 70 years of combined experience in designing and creating respectful headstones, memorials, and monuments.
We are one of very few companies in the Tri-State area that owns and operates its own laser engraver, and all your work will be performed in-house. You will get precision laser engravings and etchings that preserve the memory of your loved one accurately and attractively.
We typically work with black granite —90% of our products are black granite. We offer engraving on colored monuments, as well as outside engraving and laser etching. You can have us install bronze plaques for military veterans. Eternalizing cremation products are available.
We offer a variety of custom engraving and etching services. The list below illustrates a few of them. If you have an etching or engraving project in mind, call us at 513-282-6969.
We are dedicated to our work. Our quality speaks volumes in the industry!
As you consider choosing Maggard Memorials and Laser Art Technology to create a monument for your loved one, please take a few moments to explore the testimonials some of our clients have provided.
2012 – Milford Exempted Village Schools purchased 12 granite benches.
Students and administrators from Milford Exempted Village Schools unveiled granite benches that are located on the Trail of Freedom in the park.
The trail takes visitors through significant events in United States history, and the benches are laser engraved with important U.S. documents including the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address and more.
The increase in traffic at the park has been noted, parents are engaging and bringing their children up to read the benches.
The Korean War Memorial is located near the end of the Trail of Freedom.
2014 – Sycamore Presbyterian Church – 120 Niche Columbarium
A stunning 120 Niche Unit composed of (3) 40 Unit Banks. All absolute black everlasting granite. With extensive planning and thought in the project, they found they could include more of their congregation, family and friends by allowing people to purchase a spot in line on the back of these highly polished units, to have their name and dates engraved. There are endless possibilities. It’s an eternal tribute for a loved one to be memorialized at their family church.