Pinnacle Memorial Gardens
Rogers' Finest Perpetual Care Cemetery
We have paid attention to every detail to create a peaceful setting to honor your family member. The tranquil, park-like grounds are accented with the beautiful Hunt Chapel. Each season brings a new beauty and a unique opportunity for quiet reflection.
Pinnacle Memorial Gardens is maintained by a perpetual care fund. That means funds are in place to keep the grounds well maintained for future loved ones to visit for generations to come. Features include natural landscaping, fully fenced and gated grounds, on-site maintenance staff and irrigation system.
Created by architects, master masons, and talented artisans, Hunt Chapel is the vision of Johnelle Hunt. This beautifully designed chapel of glass, wood, and stone can be utilized for funeral or memorial services. One of the most architecturally significant structures in the Ozarks, the Chapel is a combination of form, function, and design like no other – a place of reverence and remembrance.
- Mausoleum Crypts
- Lawn Crypts
- Veteran’s Garden
- Private Estates
- Cremation Ground Spaces
- Private Cremation Estates
- Columbarium Niches
- Upright Monuments
- Flat Bronze Markers
Rules & Regulations
- Funeral flowers, holders, containers, baskets, and easels will be removed five days after the funeral service.
- Other than at the actual time of the funeral, wreaths, easels, baskets, and potted plants are not permitted at any time.
- Glass containers, tin cans, breakable plastic containers, potted arrangements, plants, and shepherd hooks are not permitted any time.
- No statues, ceramic ware, glass, cement, porcelain, metal, or figurines of any kind are permitted at any time.
- Planting of live flowers, shrubs, or trees are not permitted at any time.
- Artificial flowers pertinent to the season and in attached permanent vases are permitted at any time.
- Flowers placed in the ground are not permitted and will be removed immediately.
- Special Holiday arrangements and wreaths are permitted from November 15th to January 31st. All such decorations must be secured against strong winds of the winter season. After January 31st all arrangements will be removed and discarded.
- Memorial Day arrangements and wreaths may be placed the Friday before Memorial Day and will be removed the Monday following Memorial Day.
- Arrangements for other holidays not in keeping with our floral regulations will be removed at the time of the first mowing after the holiday and held in storage for a period of one week after which they will be discarded.
- Any floral arrangements will be removed when they become discolored, wilted, seasonally inappropriate or unsightly in any manner.