CEMETERY OFFICERS

  • President /Trustee: Richard Hermance
  • Superintendent /Trustee: Floyd Craig
  • Trustee: Lynn Lawrence
  • Trustee: Brandon Craig
  • Trustee: Kim Hermance
  • Trustee: Billy B. Liggan
  • Trustee: Tobi Watson

BURIAL OF PET REMAINS

ROSENDALE PLAINS CEMETERY ASSOC.

Note: We are certified by the New York State Division of Cemeteries under Cemetery #5629.

We do provide intermits during the winter months. Depending on just what has to be done, there are extra charges for things like plowing, snowblowing, digging, sanding, and salting that are given on a case by case basis at the time of requested intrement. If the ground is too frozen to dig, we poor charcoal on the plot and let it burn overnight which makes it possible to dig the next day. Sometmes we have to use propane heaters to help. If all efforts fail, we have a vault and we can store the remains until the weather clears. The video below shows s sample of this process.

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SINCE 1869

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The 2022 Annual Plot Owners Meeting has been cancelled due to the NYS COVID-19 Guidelines.

VIDEO OF A NATURAL BURIAL AT ROSENDALE PLAINS CEMETERY ON MAY 4, 2018

We are a small, quiet, rural cemetery in upstate Rosendale, N.Y.  We are Non-Denominational and offer Green Natural Burial Sections and Columbariums. We are located approx. 90 miles north of NYC and border the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail only 1/2 mile from the Historic Rosendale Railroad Tressle.

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There are contractors listed under our PLOT OWNERS page here who provide Power Washing Service for Headstones and Grave sites.

We are a volunteer operation and as such are not manned during the day. However, you may feel free to go to the cemetery anytime during daylight hours to look around and get a feel for the cemetery.

As of January 26, 2015 Section 1510 of the New York State Cemetery Law allows the lot owner to inter pet cremation remains as long as the cremation was carried out by an actual pet crematorium,  the interment is incidental to the burial of human remains, and a letter of authorization has been given to the lot owner by the Cemetery Corporation. We will be happy to provide this letter on request. If the pet passes first, the owner wouldhave to keep the cremation remains and then inter them at the time of the human interment. The pet remains can also go into a columbarium niche with the owner if so desired.