Depending on eligibility, funeral benefits to honor veterans may include the following:
As specialists in explaining and obtaining federal burial benefits, we are here to ensure that you receive the valuable veteran’s benefits that your deserving loved one earned.
Fort Logan National Cemetery
3698 S. Sheridan Boulevard
Denver, CO 80236
Our committed professionals at Horan & McConaty work closely with Fort Logan National Cemetery to arrange burial services for veterans. The honor comes with considerable benefits to those choosing burial or cremation. Burial costs at other area cemeteries could total over $6,000, but Ft. Logan charges nothing for veterans and their spouses.
Average Comparative Cost of Items in Denver Provided to Veterans at No Charge
Veteran’s Space — $3,000
Spouse’s Space — $3,000
Concrete Grave Liner (Veteran & Spouse) — $1,320
Opening and Closing (Veteran & Spouse) — $2,790
Grave Markers (Veteran & Spouse) — $1,495
TOTAL VALUE — $11,605
For veterans choosing cremation, Fort Logan’s stately columbarium niches are provided at no charge. Designed to hold two urns, which can accommodate a veteran and eligible spouse, niche dimensions are 14″ in height, 10″ in width, and 18″ in length.
One thousand pounds and forged in bronze, our Honor Bell was created by veterans and funded by donations. During the casting, artifacts from those who have served were added to the molten bronze, representing past, present, and future veterans. Guarded and tolled by the Bell Honor Guard, the bell may be rung for any veteran’s service at the cemetery, church or chapel, and then silenced until the next Honors. Its resonant tolling provides a solemn moment that mourners long remember as a final tribute.
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