Welcome to Gingrich Memorials!

Family owned and operated and now into our fourth generation, memorials are our business. 
We are a full service retail cemetery monument company. Our commitment to excellence is 
evident in the many memorials we have placed in cemeteries throughout Central Pennsylvania. 
Our granite comes from the finest granite manufacturers throughout the USA and the world. 
We offer the strongest and most comprehensive warranty available. Quality and service are 
forefront at all times. Our expert in-house craftsmen carve, letter, sandblast and etch memorials 
at our Middletown location. The entire staff of Gingrich Memorials, Rice Memorials, 
Haldy/Keener Memorials and Eitnier Memorials takes special pride in creating personalized 
memorials that reflect our commitment to quality and detail. A memorial stands as a "tribute to life."

We have seven locations throughout the area. Many monuments and markers are on display at 
each location. Granites of different colors, shapes, and sizes are available in all price ranges. 
We also feature bronze plaques for memorial parks. Customized hand etchings and designs 
are available to create that truly unique memorial. Gingrich Memorials houses one of the only
laser etching machines in the state.


301 North Chestnut Street
Palmyra, PA 17078
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424 Maple Street
Lebanon, PA 17046
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5243 Simpson Ferry Road
Mechanicburg, PA 17050
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421 West Main Street
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
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531 North State Street
Ephrata, PA 17522
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2102 Willow Street Pike
Lancaster, PA 17602
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568 North Union Street
Middletown, PA 17057
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The Gingrich family has been making grave memorials for 89 years. And, with the recent addition of Andy Gingrich to the business, the family-run Gingrich Memorials is poised to continue into the 21st century. Jim Gingrich, president of the company, said the family works well together and that their personality traits complement one another. “We all have our space, and even though they may get sick of us, we have our own jobs to do,” he said.

The scenic tiles of the front of the monument were hand etched by Gingrich Memorials artist Stephanie Britten. The Patriot News and The Press and Journal covered the story in July 2005. Read the newspaper articles below.

Gingrich Memorials was featured in November/December 2006 edition of "Stones in America".