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Address: 1700 Cedar Ave, Greeley, CO 80631-6146
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Very nice cemetery!

My aunt and uncle are buried here. There is a lot of history and very nicely kept. The groundskeepers are very informative if you are looking for a grave site.

Reviewed 16 February 2017
Frog M
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Reviewed 16 February 2017

My aunt and uncle are buried here. There is a lot of history and very nicely kept. The groundskeepers are very informative if you are looking for a grave site.

1 Thank Frog M
Greeley, Colorado
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Reviewed 16 December 2016

This is a great place to walk and read the headstones. There is a lot of history here. Many many old family plots.

Thank Megrdillon
Greeley, Colorado
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Reviewed 14 July 2015

Can be a very interesting, "historical" visit. Science teachers can take their students and do "population" studies based on the cluster of years when local citizens were interred. The ages of the deceased makes for interesting consideration.

Thank EssGeeKay
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Reviewed 13 April 2015

So good to see a plethora of flowers and memorials at this cemetery. Grounds were well maintained, grass had just enough height that you won't trip but aren't seeing dirt either.

1 Thank T B
Greeley, Colorado
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157 reviews
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Reviewed 28 January 2015

The cemetery dates back to the first settler in this area and continues onto into today. Many gravestones show times of hardship and disease. Well maintained with the Veterans area and a Traditional Hebrew area as well. If your into gravestones and tracing history this is worth a trip out Business 34 East.

4 Thank Dave B
Indian Hills, Colorado
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Reviewed 10 January 2013

How does a person review a cemetery? Every town has one someplace. Most are forgotten, or were bypassed when a new highway was built. Even in the driest parts of the country, the cemetery usually stands out like an oasis in the town. There is wildlife, and mature, beautiful trees here. My mind sees 1874 when the trees were probably... More 

8 Thank qnodmd

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