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Prairie Home Cemetery
605 S Prairie Ave, Waukesha, WI 53186
The Prairie Home Cemetery is a 150-year-old public cemetery owned by the City of Waukesha. The cemetery is expansive andMore lined beautifully with trees, with a non-denominational chapel on-site.  The cemetery offers several burial gardens, including a pet memorial garden, a cremation resting place and a children's memorial garden.  It also offers an alternative "natural" burial option. A variety of payment plans are available, including no-interest payment plans. The office staff provides historical research services to those relatives interested in building family trees.
Mork Mausoleum Construction Inc
W235s4479 Amber Ct, Waukesha, WI 53189

Mork Mausoleum Construction is one of only a handful of businesses that build mausoleums across the country.  AMore family-owned business since 1981, it has been the company of choice for the Milwaukee Archdiocese, including the St. Joseph's Cemetery in Waukesha on Broadway and the Prairie Home Cemetery along Prairie Avenue.

Mork employs the use of a method called 'cast in place' for the concrete which means the structure is much less likely to shift in the settling process.  While located in Waukesha and prevalent in southeastern Wisconsin, Mork has also constructed projects elsewhere in the Midwest, as well as in New York, Maryland and Florida.