While the process of purchasing a monument for a loved one is not as difficult as planning a funeral, it is by no means easy. To begin with, monuments are usually purchased anywhere between 1-12 months after a death has occurred. At this time, most families are still grieving. Aside from that, most don’t even know what a monument is. In common terms, a monument is a headstone, footstone, ledger, bench, marker, or anything else that can be placed over a grave to memorialize the existence of the deceased. Monuments are typically constructed of granite or bronze, as these materials are strong and are meant to last “forever.
About Fram Monument
Serving the Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia population since 1922.
It was honestly a great working experience with Niv and Fram Monument. The sincerity, kindness, care, and thoughtfulness that was projected during our experience to order burial markers for two of our loved ones who passed on was stellar. I really feel Niv went above and beyond the level of professionalism you would experience anywhere else. In add…
The Fram Monument Company definitely receives five *****stars from me. My experience with the company was extremely pleasurable. Niv, the manager, was professional, courteous, kind, generous, and thoughtful in my season of bereavement. He responded promptly to all of my questions and concerns regarding the installation of my mother’s grave marker. …
Great company to work with. Got the work completed faster than expected and was very patient working with us. Highly recommended!
We will always be grateful to Niv Fishbein and Fram Monument for the professional and sensitive way they handled our particular issues. We wanted our Mother’s marker to match exactly that of our Father’s thirty year old marker. The attention to detail that Fram Monument achieved in this request resulted in perfection. Future generations will visit …
I was completely satisfied with the service provided by Fram Monuments. They were very helpful in all aspects of the process from selecting the stone to helping with the spelling of obscure Yiddish names.
7020 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD, 21215
Tel: (410) 486-8666
Fax: (410) 486-8667
822-D Rockville Pike
Rockville, MD, 20852
Tel: (301) 605-8081
Fax: (301) 605-8084