For over 140 years Wyuka Cemetery has played an integral part of the lives Nebraskans. During that time its grounds have been host to family gatherings of all kinds. To this day, our visitors tell us stories of their visits to Wyuka for celebrating birthdays and family reunions and celebrating the lives of their loved ones in death.
Wyuka is a Lakota Indian word meaning “to rest” and upon entering the grounds many tell us a “feeling of calm” comes over them. You are invited to tour the 140-plus rolling acres of trees, shrubs and flower gardens that make Wyuka Cemetery one of the most quietly beautiful places in our state.
Often a decision difficult to begin, our customers often talk about it being the best one they ever made. And in today’s economy, locking in costs is an ideal way to maintain your budget and alleviate future concerns.
- Memorial Day Clean up at Wyuka and Fairview ~ 2015
Annual Tree of Remembrance
Join us Sunday December 14, 2014 at … Continue reading