December News

A last-minute reminder that it is still not too late to order a grave blanket for your loved one’s grave if you haven’t already done so. The price is $50 per blanket and a check can be made out to St. Margaret’s Cemetery. Just drop your order off to the cemetery office.

On Saturday, Dec. 15th, we will hold our annual Christmas Candlelight Memorial Services for our cemetery families and for any parishioners who would like to join us. The services will take place at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Wishing everyone a blessed Christmas and happy holiday season. 

 ~ Debbie McGee



The cold temperatures have returned and the leaves are turning color … yes, fall has arrived! There is no better place to observe the fall foliage than in our beautiful cemetery! Please note our upcoming events: 

All Saints/All Souls Day
Sun., Nov. 4 – One service at 9:30 a.m.

Our parish and cemetery families are invited to join us and bring a picture of family members that you would like to remember that day, and stay for brunch. 

Tues., Nov. 6 at 11 a.m. (Weather permitting)

Please contact the cemetery office if you can help place flags on the graves of veterans buried at St. Margaret’s.

Saturday, Dec. 15 at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Our annual Cemetery Christmas Memorial Services for our cemetery families is always in need of individuals to serve as ushers and to help read the names of all who are buried in our cemetery. Please contact the cemetery office if you would like to participate. 


Orders are now being taken. If you have a loved one buried in the cemetery, you will be receiving a letter with the grave blanket order form shortly. Pricing is once again being held at $50 per blanket. Grave blankets will be set on Saturday morning, Dec. 8 (weather permitting).

As a gentle reminder, I am always available to assist in your pre-planning end of life needs.Have you planned adequately for your future? Please come by the cemetery office if you need any information or assistance.

 ~ Debbie McGee



With fall rapidly approaching, I find myself starting to clean out the clutter and paperwork that seems to pile up so quickly. I like to have my home files neat and tidy, similar to how I like my life to be in good order as well.

  • How are things ordered in your life?
  • Have you started pre-planning and researching for your final resting place?
  • Does your family know what your wishes are concerning your future interment?

It is never too early to initiate a discussion with your loved ones about these end-of-life issues. I am happy to speak with you about the options available here in our beautiful St. Margaret’s Cemetery. Together, we can pre-plan your future needsand lessen the stress for your family members. Drop by or make an appointment! If you have already purchased a plot at St. Margaret’s, be sure to recommend us to your friends.

 ~ Debbie McGee