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We are a Third Generation Family Owned and Operated Business holding to the Ideas of Quality and Integrity passed on from Father to Son.
In 1923 Brothers Lee and Bill Van Vickle started Van Vickle Brothers Monument Co. in Mound City Mo.In 1935 Lee moved his family to St. Joseph using the latest equipment of the day he started Van Vickle Monuments.After WW II his Sons Eugene and Nelson expanded the business to areas never dreamed of by their Father. Today Brothers Roger and Scott Van Vickle hold to the same traditions of providing the finest quality Memorials using the Latest Computerized Equipment and the same hands on techniques taught to us by our Forefathers.
The Veterans Administration operates 131 national cemeteries in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Burial and memorial benefits are available for eligible service members, Veterans, and family members.
Please click on the link for more information you might be entitled to receive.
Social Security Administration
You should let Social Security know when a person dies as soon as possible. Usually, the funeral director will report the person’s death to Social Security. You’ll need to give the deceased’s Social Security number to the funeral director so he or she can make the report. Some of the deceased’s family members may be able to receive Social Security benefits if the deceased person worked long enough under Social Security to qualify for benefits. Contact Social Security as soon as you can to make sure the family gets all the benefits they’re entitled.