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Cutting Edge Memorial Technology


Jamieson & Yannucci Memorials was established to serve the greater Piqua area and a natural extension of our service to the community. This is our no pressure, affordable, personal approach to planning and purchasing a lasting memorial for your family.  

People have benefited from the continuum of personal care and attention to detail they experienced through our family owned funeral home. 

Paul D. Sullenberger, a Memorialist, is our Associate specifically for monuments and memorials. Paul is available to assist you with accurate information as you consider honoring the life of your loved one with a permanent memorial which will endure forever.

Paul, a U.S. Navy veteran, and his wife, Elaine, live in Piqua, have two grown children and two granddaughters.

With his background in Piqua and civic interest, Paul is keenly aware of the importance of an appropriate lasting legacy. He is well suited and has a passion for cemetery memorialization. As you explore options in the marketplace, we invite you to consider the comfortable, no hassle experience we bring to our area. Please contact our office (937) 773-3161. Paul's cell number is (937) 214-3598, or you can e-mail him to discuss your options in the comfort of our home or yours.

Jamieson & Yannucci Memorials offers engraving service, hand craftsmanship, and a complete line of memorialization products in granite, marble, and bronze. We are focused on personal service, quality products, and integrity‚Ķand we have learned our reasonable cost to be a pleasant relief for our patrons. 

For your convenience, we have included detailed monument cleaning instructions below.

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Upright granite monuments on bases (vases are options).

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Upright granite slant monuments on bases (vases are optional). 

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 Upright granite monument with Etched Deer and Forest design.

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Unique upright granite heart design monument.   

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 Tea Rose Individual Bronze Memorial mounted on a granite base.

* Upright monuments are available as individual or companion memorials.


We offer a variety of flat grass/flush markers. Below are only a few examples of our marker selection.

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Granite marker with religious design.  

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Granite marker with rounded cut flowers.

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Evergreen Companion Bronze Memorial with retractable vase, mounted on a granite base. 

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 Evergreen Individual Bronze Memorial with retractable vase mounted on a granite base.

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Granite marker with Celtic Cross for double interment.   

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 Granite marker with etched picture.

Cleaning Monuments

Cleaning Marble Memorial Stones

We often get calls about cleaning Marble Memorials. The method we use is the same as, what is recommended by, the Monument Builders of North America, from a 2008 article.

Many commercial cleaners will do more harm than good. A stronger cleaner and water solution is not better. Constantly cleaning marble will accelerate the erosion process. Marble is a soft stone.

Cleaning Solution: 1 part white household ammonia and 4 parts water. Be sure to rinse the stone with lots of clean water in the beginning and the end. Start at the bottom and work upward with a soft bristled brush only.

As marble ages, the inscriptions will become harder to read. Marble is affected by Acid Rain which slowly dissolves the stone. We suggest replacing these memorials with ones made of granite. Granite is a very hard material and shows little or no affect from Acid Rain.

Cleaning Granite Memorial Stones

Cleaning Solution: 1 part white household ammonia and 4 parts water.  Be sure to rinse the stone with lots of clean water in the beginning and the end.  Start at the bottom and work upward with a soft bristled brush only.  With granite you may also use powered soap such as Ajax which will not hurt the granite.

An additional option is to have it power washed.  This cleans the monument very well, especially if you have cleaned the granite as directed above.

Cleaning Bronze Memorial Markers

When new, Bronze markers possess some paint and a clearcoat.  Clean with clear water and a soft cloth. While this is no guarantee, applying a clear coat every few years will help maintain the appearance of the plaque.

Any cleaners can harm the clearcoat and paint, and the marker will oxidize quicker.  If the plaque is completely void of all paint and clear coat, cleaning will not hurt or help the marker.  The only way to make it look new is to pay to have the plaque completely refinished.

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