Our Customer is the one In Charge
At Monument Advisors the customer is in charge of his or her budget and enjoys options and choices as they are “coached” to “design their own” without outside influences to limit their own creativity. “Visual” designing and multiple sources of supply result in a much higher level of customer pride and satisfaction. The end result is satisfaction at a fair price. A refreshing concept in these volatile times.
- Counseling and Coaching regarding a proper design and appropriate symbolism
- Monument maintenance and cleaning
- Cemetery Restoration
- On-Site Sandblasting and Lettering
- Cremation options
- Civic Memorials
- Local Sandblast Facility
- Honorarium Program
- Before need planning
How we began...
Founder, Alan Lepler, started in the memorial industry 1980 with the largest quarrier, manufacturer, & retailer in the Midwest. Watertown Monument Works, of his hometown Watertown, SD. He took on the challenge of learning & growing the company into multiple states. He moved with his family to Nebraska through the purchase of Norfolk Memorials of Norfolk then Desch-Paine Memorials of Grand Island. Watertown Monument Works later sold to the largest quarrier, manufacturer, & retailer in the world, Rock of Ages of Vermont. Alan transitioned with the sale to manage their new Midwest division. Several years later Rock of Ages sold their retail locations to Sunburst Memorials of Minnesota & converted to a very selective dealership model instead. Alan remained with Sunburst for a limited time through the transition then opened Monument Advisors as Nebraska's only Rock of Ages dealer & Multi-source provider. Today, Monument Advisors is locally owned by his daughter Kelli Lepler. She leads with a vision for community-driven focus, experience, knowledge, quality, service, diversification, & expansion in mind. Monument Advisors hopes to bring quality options & raise the bar across the Midwest memorial industry with your help & support.
|2545 W Old Potash Hwy, Grand Island, NE 68803, USA|
2545 W Old Potash Highway