Headstones For Sale In City, OH

Testimonials from Families

Cyndi Fitzpatrick

I couldn’t be more pleased with Stoltz Memorials. It was my first experience with purchasing a headstone. Ashlin worked with me and answered all my questions quickly.

S Kim

Ashlin was very professional and accessible for questions & concerns. He walked Mom and me through the whole process and was very patient. Thanks so much, Ashlin. It is just what Mom had pictured.

Grace Jones

Stoltz Memorial did an outstanding job on our choice of a bench granite memorial and stayed within our tight budget. If you’re looking for quality in your memorial headstone, give Stoltz a call.


My experience with Ashlin was absolutely amazing, he understood my needs and how I wanted the bench monument, they are awesome at communicating and working with you! I would highly recommend them to anyone. They did a great job!

Gina Benge

I and my family are very happy with the level of professionalism we experience from Ashlin. We highly recommend Stoltz Memorials.

Hristina Panovska

Ashlin Stoltz from Atolz Memorials was wonderful to work with – from talking through our options for my parent’s marker to educating us about the process and production, all the way to delivery to the cemetery.

Step 1
Rough Draft

Based on your answers during our interview our team will send you a rough draft of the headstone design.

Step 2
Final Proof

After the draft is approved, we will start working on the headstone design and will send a final proof.

Step 3
Production & Installation

When the final proof is approved, we proceed with production. Once the headstone is ready, we will do the installation.

Q. How Much Do Most Headstones Cost?

A. The typical cost of a conventional flat headstone for sale is roughly $1,000, although it can range from $1,000 to $3,000 depending on size, granite color, and engraving styles. Depending on the shape, size, granite color, and carved pattern, more ornate upright headstones can cost anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000.

Q. What is the difference between a gravestone and a headstone?

A. The term “gravestone” dates from the late 1300s, while “tombstone” dates from the mid-1500s. A headstone was a grave monument put at the head of a grave, as the name suggests. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, it is the newest of the three words, appearing in 1676.

Q. Will There Be Any Additional Fees When I Purchase A Headstone For Sale?

A. Your cemetery will have its separate fee, which will cover the cemetery pouring the concrete foundation that your headstone will sit on once installed.

Q. Is It Cheaper To Buy A Headstone Online?

A. At a glance, comparing prices only may seem like it is cheaper to buy a headstone online. However, there is usually a reason. Oftentimes, when you buy a headstone online, there is no installation process in place, so it is up to you to find an installer and coordinate the installation with the cemetery yourself. If your cemetery does not accept shipped headstones for liability purposes, then you will need to make additional arrangements when it comes to finding a destination for your headstone once it is completed with the online company.

Q. What Is The Cheapest Headstone You Can Buy?

A. Flat burial markers are the least expensive of all the headstone options. Flat grave markers made of granite typically cost between $1,000 and $3,000 on average, depending on a few factors.

Q. Do Your Headstones Have A Warranty?

A. Our granite headstones come with a lifetime warranty that covers any non-man-made damages, such as a small fissure or crack forming in the granite over time. Although we have never had to honor this warranty due to the strength and durability of granite, you can rest assured that if anything should happen to compromise the structure of your stone, it will be covered at no cost to you.