Personalized Headstones & Memorials, Handcrafted in CT Since 1933
Buzzi Memorials has a long tradition for creating personalized memorials and headstones that preserve the memory of loved ones since 1933.
Our experienced memorialists work closely with you to select and design a personalized memorial that perfectly reflects and honors your loved one.
“5 stars says it all!! Great people to deal with first class!” – Kevin
Lasting memorials for your loved ones
A full-suite of traditional headstone and memorial services from design and installation through to repair and maintenance
Handcrafted by Buzzi Memorials in CT
Buzzi Memorials has a long tradition of creating distinct headstones and memorials that preserve the memory of loved ones since 1933.
Using a blend of modern and traditional techniques, our headstone and memorial makers can add personalized lettering, meaningful icons, photos and more. Our company has produced 100s of one-of-a-kind tributes for family, friends and even pets, from gravestones and markers to plaques and benches.
Buzzi Memorials will work closely with you to create something truly special.
We are located in Pawcatuck, CT (just outside of Westerly RI), come and see us.
Expert care and attention
Buzzi Memorials take special care in professionaly cleaning, repairing and restoring a wide range of gravestones, markers and monuments for customers in the Westerly RI area.
It can be upsetting when special monuments become worn, damaged and in need of care and attention.
Buzzi Memorials call upon decades of experience to safely care for your monument and restore it to close to its original beauty.
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Why Choose Buzzi Memorials?
5 Star Rated
Customers rate us 5/5 for service.Read our reviews.
Buzzi Memorials has been working in the local area for over 100 years.
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